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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 3048-3055


Azmat Ullah, Dr. Malik Amer Atta, Assim Saeed, Bushra Salaha-Ud-Din.

Creativity is essential for research, creation, production and promotion of facilities, food, health, transplantation and colourful life for humans living across various boundaries in the world. The current study focused on teachersí perceptions about teachersí humanistic role concerning studentsí creativity. The study was conducted in the higher Secondary Schools situated in the jurisdiction of District Dera Ismail Khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The total population of the study was 368 subject specialist teachers and a sample of 259 SS teachers was selected through simple random technique. The data was collected through questionnaire and the calculated results revealed that the respondentsí perceptions were without significant difference about the topic under study. Their perceptions were mostly negative about the use of all variables of creativity which revealed that teachers had neglected creativity at school level because they were making students bookish. It was suggested that creativity must be incorporated in curriculum, classroom and teaching learning process to prepare students for serving humanity in the matchless way.

Key words: teachers, students, humanistic approach, creativity, perception

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