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Shahid Chamran University of Ahwaz
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       The aim of this study was to investigate The role of job commitment, creative self-efficacy and psychological empowerment in predicting teachers' creative teaching. To achieve this important, The research method of this study was descriptive causal – correlational.The statistical population of this research includes all teachers working in the education and training of Fardis city in the academic year of 2018- 2019 According to sampling morgan table and using available random cluster, 306 sample among teachers were selected. Participants responded to job commitment of Blau (2009) questionnaire, psychological Empowerment of Spreitzer (1995) questionnaire, creative teaching By a group of Thailand university professors (2003) and Creative self-efficacy Beghtto (2006) questionnaire. The tools had a good validity and reliability. Data were analyzed by Descriptive Statistics )mean, standard deviations(,  and Inferential statistics (pearson correlation and multiple regression) analysis software SPSS were used. The results showed that is a positive and significant relationship between creative teaching of teachers with job commitment, creative self-efficacy and psychological empowerment. Also, the results showed that the three variables considered had a significant contribution in predicting teachers' creative teaching. That's why it can be said, The results of this research indicate the importance of the role of job commitment, creative self-efficacy and psychological empowerment in promoting the teaching of creative teachers, and recommended that workshops pedagogyin this context should be hold. In such a way that teachers are able to decide on their own, find new solutions to problems, and feel competent, self-reliant, committed and responsible for work.
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Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: Educational Psychology
Received: 2022/03/12 | Accepted: 2022/09/9 | Published: 2022/10/4

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