دراسة عاملية لمكونات بيئة الفصل في المدارس الثانوية بمنطقة الإحساء بالمملكة العربية السعودية

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دراسة عاملية لمكونات بيئة الفصل في المدارس الثانوية بمنطقة الإحساء بالمملكة العربية السعودية

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Title: دراسة عاملية لمكونات بيئة الفصل في المدارس الثانوية بمنطقة الإحساء بالمملكة العربية السعودية
Author: Al Heriqi, Saad Muhammed [سعد بن محمد الحريقي]
Abstract: Variables within the classroom environment are of different kinds. These variations are attributable to the type of society, its culture and traditions However, the participation of students and teachers inside the classroom and the type of relation that exists among students are considered the primary factors in the school environment. Thus, the objectives of the present study are to identify, first, the type of link between the variables of the environment of the Saudi secondary classroom of both male and female students, and second, the type of factors governing these variables in order to see the advantages of the educational techniques currently used in the Saudi clas¬sroom. A number of studies-Arabic and non-Arabic-have dealt with the var¬iables in question. In light of the findings of these studies, and of the objectives of the present study, the following hypotheses have been made: 1. There is a significant correlation among the variables of the classroom environment with regard to the male students. 2. It is possible to determine the factors of the variables of the classroom environment with regard to the female students. 3. There is a significant correlation among the variables of the classroom environment with regard to the female students. 4. It is possible to determine the factors of the variables of the classroom environment with regard to the female students. To test these hypotheses, 190 students (91 male and 99 female) were selected from the secondary schools in the Al-Hasa Region in Saudi Arabia. The researcher used the classroom environment scale after adapting it to the Saudi environment. The statistical techniques adopted were the correlation coefficient and factor analysis. The findings of the study showed evidence of the partial validity of the first and third hypotheses, and the factors determining the environment of the Saudi classroom were identified. On this basis the second and fourth hypotheses were determined. These factors, most of which are trivial are five in number for male and female students. Recommendations were made and further research work was proposed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10576/8267
Date: 1993

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