A Comparison of High School Students' Knowledge and Satisfactions Regarding Basic Science and Halal Science Literacy Training Course
AbstractIn the modern era, training in technology and science that integrates content with the learner's way of life is essential for promoting the development of learning skills in the twenty-first century. Therefore, the researchers conducted a research study with the objective of examining the outcomes of Basic Science and Halal Science Literacy (BHL) training program and evaluating the students’ satisfaction with learning management among high school students studying in private religious schools in the southern border provinces of Thailand. The sample group in the study consisted of 97 students with pretest and posttest training assessment (the one-group pretest-posttest design). Analysis of the data was conducted using mean, standard deviation, and paired T-test with a confidence interval of 95%. The findings indicated that after training, participants' understanding of Basic Science and Halal Science Literacy (BHL) improved statistically significant. In addition, it was revealed that the participants had a high degree of satisfaction with the training's holistic overview, with an average satisfaction level of 4.36 and a standard deviation of 0.7.
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Mhamad, A., Ardmare, P., Tapotoh, F., Lateh, A., Chapakiya, H., Seedeh, Z., Salae, K., & Radenamad, N. (2022). A Comparison of High School Students’ Knowledge and Satisfactions Regarding Basic Science and Halal Science Literacy Training Course. Proceedings of The International Halal Science and Technology Conference, 15(1), 245–252. https://doi.org/10.31098/ihsatec.v15i1.616