Teachers House ‘Dar Al-Mu’lemeen’ and People’s Religious School (SAR): A Comparative Study of Islamic Schools in Jordan and Malaysia

Teachers House ‘Dar Al-Mu’lemeen’ and People’s Religious School (SAR): A Comparative Study of Islamic Schools in Jordan and Malaysia

  • Sawsan Badrakhan , AL-Ahliyya Amman University, Hourani Center for Applied Scientific Research
  • Mohamd Mbaydeen , AL-Ahliyya Amman University, Hourani Center for Applied Scientific Research
  • Junainah Abd Hamid , Management and Science University
  • Sakinah mohd shukri , Management and Science University
  • S. M. Ferdous Azam , Management and Science University

ABSTRACT

Global attention has been paid to religious education, and religious schools have significantly enhanced student religious education. This situation has drawn the attention of scholars, and the current study explores the function of teachers’ houses (Dar Al-Muslimeen) and people’s religious schools in Malaysia and Jordan in terms of religious instruction. Additionally, the current paper examines the mediating role of students’ motivation in Malaysia and Jordan among the association of teachers’ houses (Dar Al-Muslimeen), people’s religious schools, and students’ religious education. The current article collected data from selected respondents through primary data gathering methods such as questionnaires. Additionally, the present work utilized the smart-PLS to investigate the relationship between the constructs. The findings suggested that teachers’ residences (Dar Al-Muslimeen) and religious schools aided in the religious education of students in Malaysia and Jordan. The results indicated that students’ motivation plays a vital role in mediating linkages between instructors’ houses (Dar Al-Muslimeen), people’s religious schools, and students’ religious education in Malaysia and Jordan.

Keywords: Teachers’ house (Dar Al-Muslimeen), people religious schools, ‘students’ religious education. ‘Students’ motivation