Author: Ivanna Shubina
Institution: American University of the Middle East
Author: Piotr Kwiatek
Institution: Kozminski University
Author: Atik Kulakli
Institution: American University of the Middle East
Year of publication: 2021
Source: Show
Pages: 87-98
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.21.65.3.07
PDF: tner/202103/tner6507.pdf

Critical and creative thinking skills share a considerable scholarly discussion; little is known about the gender-based differences in students’ critical thinking and creativity, along with their impact on academic performance in the Arabian Gulf context. Data for the study were collected through standardized measurements from 220 students and matched with students’ performan ce in various assignments. The data were analyzed through group comparisons and classification algorithms. The results demonstrated gender differences in academic success and relationships between critical thinking and creativity. The current study may assist researchers and practitioners in the educational field who enhance creativity and critical thinking development among students considering gender and academic success. This will allow to improve teaching-learning experiences and prepare youth for their further professional success.

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