This research aims to investigate the activities for life skills development of Muslim youth within Islamic private schools in three southern border provinces of Thailand. There are three sizes of the schools, including large-sized school, medium-sized school, and small-sized school. This qualitative study indicated that the activities for development of the Muslim youth life skills within the schools has different characteristics. The research findings are activities of the private Islamic school in all 3 schools have five key characteristics: a PBL (Project Base Learning), learn through working as a group team, learn through variety of activities, self-study and, reflection of learning from the activities sharing that they have participated and applied knowledge in various styles, such as field trips, camping, holiday events, club activities, project activities, volunteering, etc.
Activities for Life Skills Development, Muslim Youth, Private Islamic School
Religious Community and Socialization
Paper Presentation in a Themed Session
Payao Lakateb Lakateb
Lecturer, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus, Thailand
MR. PAYAO LAKATEB ,Dept. of Social Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social sciences. Prince of Songkla University , Thailand.