Online Mode of Teaching in Revert Studies: Student’s Self Efficacy and Performance


  • Mohd Afandi Mat Rani, Siti Sarah Izham, Mohamad Khairul Izwan Rifin, Nurhidayah bt Muhamad Hashim, Shofiyyah Moidin, Shahirah Said, Norazlina Mamat


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In the current digital era of revolution, the field of education is not left behind in undergoing a transformation towards andragogy and pedagogy digitally in various age groups and levels. In fact, online learning has long been practiced in developed countries which is believed to be able to provide a variety of benefits and advantages. The objective of this study is to identify the challenges faced by converts in Fardhu Ain education in the state of Selangor. In addition, this study was conducted to find out the extent of the performance of students who follow the subject of Akidah and Fiqh online. This study uses a quantitative method by using a questionnaire as an instrument to obtain research information from respondents. A total of 159 respondents were involved in this study which consisted of multi-ethnic convert students in the district of Klang Selangor. A set of questionnaires was distributed to respondents around the age of 15 to 70 years and above. The selection of respondents is based on the characteristics and criteria that have been set according to the requirements of the study. The results of the study were analyzed using SPSS version 26 software to obtain demographic data of respondents and the views of respondents of new relatives study class participants at the Muallaf Education Center in Klang Selangor district by analyzing descriptive data. The results of this study found that the overall acceptance of respondents for the subject of Faith and Fiqh online is at a good level. Students can accept and adapt online teaching methods even if they face difficulties in dealing with new forms of normative education. However, students say face-to-face learning is better than online. In this case due to the limitations of the Covid-19 problem, this online method has been chosen so that the learning and delivery of knowledge to students continues and is not left behind. Students, teachers and the management of muallaf education are ready for online learning in line with the current development of education in the digital era of IR 4.0.