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Mazlan bin Bidin
Low Hui Min


Didik Hibur Education Approach is a method of teaching and learning using various techniques and methods that involve listening, speaking and writing to attract students to learn. The Didik Hibur Education approach has been applied in every subject including the field of rehabilitation. In general, the purpose of this study was to examine the extent to which remedial teachers in primary schools use the Didik Hibur approach in the teaching and learning process. In addition, this study would like to observe the extent of gender factors, teaching experience, teaching according to options and the frequency of use of Didik Hibur Education in remedial classes in primary schools. This study is a survey study conducted on 160 primary school rehabilitation teachers in Penang, namely 27 male teachers and 133 female teachers. The study data that were distributed to the respondents were analyzed quantitatively. The questionnaire consists of four parts, namely part A which is demographics, part B consists of the level of knowledge of the entertainment approach, part C consists of the implementation skills of the entertainment approach and part D consists of teachers' attitudes towards the entertainment approach. The results of this study found that the reliability of the items of knowledge level, skills and attitudes of rehabilitation teachers towards the entertainment learner approach showed Cronbach’s Alpha results between 0.947 and 0.979. The results of this study showed that there was no significant difference of p value > 0.05 on the influence of school location on knowledge and skills compared to attitudes where there was a significant difference with a value of p = 0.002. The results of the study on the level of knowledge with a value of p = 0.29, skills with a value of p = 0.43 and attitudes with a value of p = 0.93 is that there is no significant difference where the value of p> 0.05. Pearson correlation test was conducted to see the relationship between knowledge and skills which showed that there was a significant relationship, r = 0.666, p <0.005 and there is a significant relationship between skills and attitudes, r = 0.636, p <0.005.


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