Evaluating Curricula To Improve The Quality Of Digital And Social Life And The Environment Among Secondary School Students In The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia

Authors

  • Othman Ali Alghtani
  • Yahya Abdul-Ekhalq Ali
  • Abdullah Abdul-Ekhalq Ali
  • Ahmed Sadek abdelmagid
  • Najwa Attian Al-Mohammadi
  • Obead Mozel Alharbi
  • Sabri Mohamed Ismail
  • Omar Ibrahim Asiri

Abstract

The aim of the current study is to evaluate curricula to improve the quality of digital and social life and the environment among secondary school students in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Through a review of literature and previous research studies, the components of quality of life were identified to build a list of standards and indicators for the quality of digital, social, and environmental life. A questionnaire was used to evaluate quality of life parameters. A questionnaire was prepared to assess dimensions of quality-of-life criteria including cognitive, emotional, physical, digital, social health, and environmental awareness. The descriptive analytical method was used on a sample of 258 educational supervisors and teachers in the Tabuk region. The results of this study indicated that there are deficiencies in secondary school curricula regarding the development of quality-of-life components, standards, and indicators. The results of the study also indicated that secondary school curricula included few practices to improve the components of students’ quality of life. In addition, the results of the study showed that there were no statistically significant differences regarding the variables of job, gender, and years of experience.

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2024-03-14

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Alghtani, O. A. ., Ali, Y. A.-E. ., Ali, A. A.-E., abdelmagid, A. S. ., Al-Mohammadi, N. A. ., Alharbi, O. M. ., Ismail, S. M. ., & Asiri, O. I. (2024). Evaluating Curricula To Improve The Quality Of Digital And Social Life And The Environment Among Secondary School Students In The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 44–58. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9228

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