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Abstract

This study aimed to detect the relationship between quality of life and training needs for student teachers at the Department of Education King Faisal University, Al-Ahsa, Saudi Arabia. It also aimed at detecting the differences between male and female students in each of their quality of life and training needs. The main study sample consisted of 124 male and female students who are implementing the educational process in the department of Special Education at King Faisal University; to those, both measurements of the quality of life and training needs were applied (prepared by researcher). The results of the study resulted in the presence of a statistically significant correlation between the scores of students, in the study sample, on the quality of life scale and their scores on scale of the training needs. The results also led to statistically significant differences between the mean scores of students on the quality of life scale for the benefit of female students. In addition, there no statistically significant differences between the mean scores of male & female students with respect to training needs. Accordingly, the study recommended the need to work to meet these training needs; thereby contributing to improve the quality of life of the students, and their level of academic achievement.

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2015-04-30
2019-11-12
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  • Received: 30 April 2015
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