The performance level of practical education program and its relationship with students’ satisfaction from the perspective of the practical education students at the College of Education in Umm Al- Qura University
This study aimed to identify the practicaleducation program performance level and itsrelationship with students’ satisfaction from theperspective of the practical education femalestudents at the College of Education in Umm Al-Qura University. The researcher used the descriptivemethod and developed a survey composed of 53points. It was applied on a randomly selected samplesize of (2018) female students and were selected fromthe study population of all female students who wereenrolled in the practical education program at theCollege of Education in Umm Al- Qura Universityduring the second semester of the academic year1435/ 1436 AH. To answer the studies’ questions,the researcher adopted in the analysis of the dataon calculation of averages, standard deviations,and percentages. The studies’ results showed thatpractical education program performance level was”high”, and the level of the students’ satisfactionwas medium. Also, the results showed that therewas a positive relationship between the practicaleducation program performance level and the extentof students’ satisfaction. Furthermore, there were astatistically significant differences in the responseof the study sample about the practical educationprogram performance level and the level ofstudents’ satisfaction due to the variable (academicspecialization) for the interest of female students’specialized in (social studies) . Moreover, there wasno statistically significant difference in the responsesof the study sample due to the educational stagevariable in the practical application. The researcherrecommended a number of recommendations.
"The performance level of practical education program and its relationship with students’ satisfaction from the perspective of the practical education students at the College of Education in Umm Al- Qura University,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 5:
17, Article 12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol5/iss17/12