Effectiveness of a mentoring program using the inverted row strategy through e-Learning management system (Black Board) In the development of planning skills for the future life of university students

  • Nurhan Mohamed Ali El-Sayed Saqr

Abstract

This study aims to determine the level of future life planning skills of university students. Revealing the nature of the correlation between university student degrees on each skill of future life planning skills of university students (vocational planning skills, leadership skills, self-management, skills Financial income management, time and effort management skills, managing stress management skills, small enterprise management skills, skill building a successful family life) and skills as a whole, identify differences between female and male professional and theoretical students, rural and urban in developing future life planning skills In his seven-interlocutor, the nature of the differences between the sample of the study in future life planning skills in the seven-person conversation depending on the number of family members, the educational level of the parents (Father, mother), the monthly income of the family, the college.

            The study sample included 200 students from the Taif University of from practical and theoretical disciplines and colleges (designs and home economics, arts, education, science, Computing and information), the sample was selected in a psoriasis-purpose manner and from different socio-economic levels of the countryside and attended Taif Governorate.

            The programme was applied to the pilot study sample, which was deliberately selected for the purpose of implementing the guidance programme via Black Board and consists of 33 female students at level 7, Fourth Division, Housing and Home Administration, Faculty of Design and Applied Arts, Taif University, the following They use "Black board". This was a prerequisite for applying the mentoring programme to female students and according to some social and economic variables to represent the sample of the pilot study according to the terms of the target group of the programme, and there was homogeneity and similarity between the experimental sample. and included Basic study Tools on the general data form of the student, a future life planning skills questionnaire for university students with a conversation (professional planning skills, driving skills and self-build, financial income management skills, time and effort management skills, stress management skill, skill management Small projects, the skill of building a successful family life), the experimental study tools consisted of a seven-lecture mentoring programme aired via the e-Learning Management system "Black board" using the inverted row strategy.

            The results of the study found a statistically direct correlation between future life planning skills of university students (as a whole) and their interlocutors. A statistically direct correlation between axes and each other, statistically significant differences between the averages of university students in life planning skills The future of the university students with a conversation according to the changing specialization of the academic practice. There are no statistically significant differences between the averages of university students in future life planning skills of university students in their conversation according to the housing variable, there is no statistically significant variation between averages University students ' grades in future life planning skills of university students by interlocutor depending on the number of family members, depending on the monthly income of the family, depending on the educational level of the father and mother. A statistically significant discrepancy between university students sample the basic study in future life planning skills of university students with a conversation based on college. There is a statistically significant difference at the level (≤ 0.05) between the university students ' middle grades in the tribal and other applications of the Planning skills questionnaire For the future Life of university students (as a whole) and at every skill of his skills, there is a correlation between university student degrees in the Telemetric application to measure future life planning skills of university students (as a whole) and at each skill.

Published
2018-06-15
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