The study aimed at identifying the role of the family in instilling the values of security education contained in the Holy Quran from the children’s perspective. It also aimed to find whether there are statistically significant differences in the estimates of the sample of the study of the role of their families in instilling the values of security education contained in the Holy Quran, according to the following variables: sex, father's educational level, and family income level. To achieve this goals, the security education values contained in the Holy Quran were derived using content analysis approach. Then, these values were classified into five domains and drafted in the form of a questionnaire comprising (33) paragraphs. The sample included (282) male and female students from the Faculty of Educational Sciences at the University of Jordan. The results showed a moderate role of the family in instilling the values of education security in all domains. There were statistically significant differences among the sample of the study pertaining to the family income level, for the higher level income families. However, there were no statistically significance differences among other variables within the study. Based on these results, the study recommended attaching more interest to the Islamic education and diversifying weak meaning and resources to contribute to increase the representation of families` adherence to Quranic directives in security education.
Al-Sharaa, Nasser Ibrahim; Alawamra, Abdul Salam; and Al-Rashidi, Ahmed
"The Estimations of the Students of the Faculty of Educational Sciences at the University of Jordan of the Role of their Families in Instillingthe Security Education Values Included in the Holy Quran,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 15
, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol15/iss1/8