The Role of the Life Skills and Family Education Course at the Secondary Education in improving Volunteer Work and Time Management

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Dr. Rabab Refat Abdallah, Dr. Hafsa Abdel Ati Morsy, Fatima Wasmi Hamad Al-Kulaib


This study aims to identify the role of the volunteer work unit in the Life Skills and Family Education course on students 'practice of volunteer work, uncover the relationship between volunteer work and some social and economic variables and study the relationship between time management and gender of students which practice of volunteer work. The study applied the Logistic Model and Paired Samples Test in addition descriptive analysis using SPSS software, based on a sample of 409 male and female students from high school students in Al-Ahsa Governorate (oases, villages and cities). The results show that a positive relationship between the geographical area of the student’s school and the probability of volunteering work student’s practice. Where, as it became clear that the percentage of the student who studies in the oasis or village is more likely to practice volunteer work than that of the student studying in the city by about 1.7 times (or about 1.7%). In addition, there is a significant positive relationship between the probability of volunteering work student’s practice and the monthly income of the student’s family, student health and student's managing of his time. The results of the paired samples test show that a studying the course has a positive significantly effect on the student’s practice of volunteer work.

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