Creative Administrative Practices in Abu Dhabi Schools


  • Mohammad Salman AlKhaza’leh
  • Bilal Fayiz Obeidat
  • Samer Abdel-Hadi
  • Reema Al-Qaruty



This study aimed to identify the level of practice creative administrative practices among school principals in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The sample of the study consisted of (317) female teachers, and the sample was chosen using the simple random method.

To achieve the aim of the study, the researchers used the questionnaire as a tool for collecting information, and it consisted of four domains distributed as follows according to the results of the study: the field of flexibility ranked first with an arithmetic average of (3.78), followed by the field of sensitivity to problems ranked second with an arithmetic mean of (3.76), then the field of originality ranked third with an arithmetic mean of (3.73), and finally the field of fluency ranked fourth and last with an arithmetic mean of (3.72) and with high ratings on all domains and the tool as a whole. Creative administrative practices in general for the managers also came to a great extent.

The results of the study confirmed the existence of statistically significant differences in the level of administrative creative practices according to the gender variable, in favor of males, and the absence of statistically significant differences attributed to the experience variable.


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Mohammad Salman AlKhaza’leh, Bilal Fayiz Obeidat, Samer Abdel-Hadi, & Reema Al-Qaruty. (2023). Creative Administrative Practices in Abu Dhabi Schools. Migration Letters, 20(7), 97–110.




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