This study aimed to display the effectiveness of TRIZ computerized program in the development of creative problem solving skills, with the ninth-grade students in the Al-Yobeel School. The sample of study consisted of (84) students divided into two groups; a control group which consisted of (41) students, and the experimental group which consisted of (43) students. The study used a quasi-experimental method, and the test of creative problem-solving to measure the performative dimensions as a tool to the study. The results of study were as follows: there are a significant differences for the performance of the study sample to test the resolve creative problems as a whole due to the group variable for the experimental group, and no significant differences for the performance of the study sample to test solving creative problems as a whole due to the gender variable. The study recommended developing computerized-based training programs on TRIZ theory to solve problems and expand to solving problems in creative ways.
Eaman H. Al-Nsoor , Bashar T. Al-Saleem
TRIZ Program, Skills Development, Creative Problem-Solving.