The Attitudes of the High School Students of Hail, Saudi Arabia towards the Current Educational Concepts

Kholoud Ahmed Saleem Khasawneh

Abstract


This study aimed to identify the attitudes of public secondary school students in the State of Hail towards the
modern educational concepts, and what are the differences between them. It has been used in the study
descriptive analytical method. The study was conducted on a sample of 400 male and female students, chosen
randomly according to the variables of gender, branch of high school, school type, average. A questionnaire was
made and consisted of (39) items, and distributed on five key areas: Technology Education, Democratic
Education, Integrated Education, Creative Education, and Environmental Education. The results indicated that
students’ attitudes toward contemporary educational concepts have come up in two areas: Technology Education
and Democratic Education and the rest of the areas were the medium degree of importance. The results also
showed no statistically significant differences in students’ attitudes due to the variables of the study.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/jel.v3n2p81

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