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Investigating Teachers' Perceptions of the Opportunities and Challenges of the School Special Curriculum: A Phenomenological Study

Rezvan Hakimzadeh; fahimeh abbasi; tayyebeh zamani

Volume 4, Issue 10 , April 2023, Pages 6-29


  The purpose of this study was to investigate teachers' perceptions of the opportunities and challenges of the School-Specific Curriculum. This study was conducted using a qualitative approach and phenomenological design. Using purposive sampling, data saturation was obtained after 24 semi-structured ...  Read More

Evaluation of the effectiveness of "WebQuest" as an alternative to the quality evaluation system of the elementary school

Hosein Abedinifar; Amin Ansari

Volume 4, Issue 10 , April 2023, Pages 30-51


  Background: Nowadays, the effect of active teaching method in real education is less questioned, traditional or face-to-face teaching method with issues such as passive learning and neglect of learner participation, ignoring differences and needs of learners, ignoring Problem solving and critical thinking ...  Read More

The Content Analysis of Persian Reading Books for the Third Grade of Primary School Based on William L. Romey’s Approach: A Case Study of the Academic Year 2012 and 2020

Shima Ebrahimi; Faribasadat Panjtani

Volume 4, Issue 10 , April 2023, Pages 52-83


  The present study aims at evaluating two versions of the content of the coursebook Reading Persian, developed for the third grade of elementary school. The book was first published for the academic year 2012-2013, and it was then revised and updated for the academic year 2019-2020. The descriptive content ...  Read More

How Elementary School Teachers Deal with Changing Math Curriculum

reza malmir

Volume 4, Issue 10 , April 2023, Pages 84-112


  The purpose of this study is to identify how elementary teachers react to curriculum change in the fourth elementary math. Given the recent changes in math textbooks at different grate of elementary, is necessary to consider the reaction of teachers as the main implementers of such important changes. ...  Read More

Qualitative analysis of the content of the national document of Iran's curriculum based on the ten skills of UNESCO for 2020

sedighe shirani; Zahra sabbaghian; baharak azami

Volume 4, Issue 10 , April 2023, Pages 114-162


  The aim of this study is to "qualitatively analyze the content of the National Document of Iran's Curriculum Based on UNESCO's Ten Skills for 2020".The research method is qualitative and based on content analysis. The statistical population of the research consists of upstream education documents, ie ...  Read More

The presence of various null curricula in the primary school: A Mixed Method Study

parisa zare; Rahmatollah Marzooghi

Volume 4, Issue 10 , April 2023, Pages 164-186


  The purpose of the research was to identify and explain the null curriculum in the Primary school. The research method was an explanatory sequential mixed method with follow-up explanations model. At first according to the validated sample of null curriculum(Marzooghi et al., 2017), a scale developed ...  Read More

Establishing and Accreditating High Schools Curriculum Quality Assessment Criteria and Indicators: A Case Study

ali keshavarz zadeh; Mohsen Farmahini Farahani

Volume 1, Issue 2 , May 2016, , Pages 107-144


  The aim of this study was to develop criteria and indicators for curriculum quality assessment of Iran’s high schools. In this regard, the most important and fundamental criteria and indicators of curriculum assessment were collected and then the data was investigated by accreditation experts. ...  Read More

Teacher Leadership in the Implementation of the Curriculum: Challenges and Opportunities

Hassan Maleki; Babak Salmani; Abbas Abbaspour; Rezvan Hakimzadeh; Mohammad Hassan Amir Teimouri

Volume 1, Issue 3 , July 2016, , Pages 53-81


  For many years the debate was about the role of the teacher in the implementation of curriculum of the various aspects in educational management issues, supervision and guidance, and emphasized teacher’s role in the teacher guides. However, according to the teacher's role in the "teacher leadership" ...  Read More

Review of social reconstruction theory
Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2016, , Pages 81-100


  The purpose of this article is a critique of the theory of social reconstruction program. The theory for the fundamental changes the whole curriculum, and teacher and student curriculum as the main actors, play a crucial role in social reform. The method used in this research is descriptive - analytical ...  Read More

Review and Critique of "Teachers as Transformatory Intellectuals" Theory in Henry Giroux's View point

Ehsan Ekradi

Volume 1, Issue 4 , April 2016, , Pages 100-120


  Henry Giroux considers teachers as transformative intellectuals and believes that teachers possess their own political and ethical roles and have obligatory attempt to materialize radical democracy within and without classroom. They should criticize the purposes, content, approaches and technologies ...  Read More

Contingency management track the effectiveness of decentralization of curriculum

mohsen nobakht pour

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2016, , Pages 21-40


  One of the major issues of education and decentralization in education is the focus of the world; Look static to the current curriculum of the efficiency and effectiveness of education is not necessary. The aim of this study is to provide a model with a dynamic look and taking into account the environmental ...  Read More

Synthesis of the Challenges of Changing Teaching-Learning Styles in Educational Systems During the Covid-19 Outbreak

Sakineh Sharafi; hossein momeni mahmooi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 June 2022


  The corona virus has affected educational communities, especially in terms of the widespread shift to online learning. This means quickly turning curricula and learning styles into a digital platform. Making changes to the curriculum without carefully examining and controlling all the factors influencing ...  Read More

A prenatal curriculum is a tall step to get started

yaghoob azizi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 February 2023


  At any given time, a more advanced perspective and view of curriculum is introduced and exposed to previous perceptions. This paper, with the documentary-analytical approach, presents a new field of thought and research in the context of the curriculum, the pre-birth curriculum. Unfortunately In the ...  Read More

Flourished curriculum: a new concept for a familiar phenomenon

Saeid Safaei Movahhed

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 February 2023


  A discipline maybe accepted by scholars and well-established within academia when it owns necessary conceptual and theoretical structures to explain phenomena around us. Although Curriculum Studies is now recognized as an academic field due to the various concepts, theories, and models that have been ...  Read More

The change as a humanistic phenomenon: the desired change in implementing the new curriculum from teachers' perspectives

azam zarghani; Maghsoud Aminkhandaghi; Bakhtiar Shabani Varaki

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 February 2023


  Increasing the understanding of how to change teachers of primary school was the aim of this study. The research approach was qualitative and its method was phenomenology. The data were collected through focus group interviews. The sample size was obtained after the saturation phase including 25 teachers. ...  Read More

The degree of realization of civil rights set forth in the Citizen's Rights Bill in the content of elementary school social studies curriculum

mahdi vahedi; mehrnaz gohari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 February 2023


  The research examines the civil rights enshrined in the Charter of Citizenship Rights in the fourth elementary social studies book. The method of research is content analysis of each separate content and the statistical society of the fourth elementary school of social studies published in 1393-94. The ...  Read More

Evaluation of Valuation Training Based on the Principles of Valuations in the Book on the Future on the Philosophy of Education of the Islamic Republic of Iran: A Case Study

zahra abolhasani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 February 2023


  The purpose of this study was to assess the value education based on the principles and principles of the philosophy of Islamic Republic of Iran in the first grade. The study has been qualitative and has used Eisner's "Educational Criticism and Evaluation" methodology and has included four stages of ...  Read More

Identifying factors affecting social responsibility of higher education ‎student's ‎

Reza Eghdampour; Narges Keshtiaray; Reza Esmaili

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 February 2023


  AbstractIn this study, we tried to identify and explain factors affecting social responsibility of higher ‎education students .The field of research is all the written and digital sources of Persian and ‎English related to social responsibility of higher education students that using the targeted ...  Read More

دانشگاه علامه طباطبائی

Mohammadreza Nili Ahmad Abadi

Hassan Maleki

Editorial Board:
Hassan Maleki Koorosh Fathi Vajargah Rezvan Hakimzadeh Alireza Sadeghi Mohammad Javadipour Mostafa Ghaderi Reza Nowrouz Zadeh Javad Hatami Alireza Asareh Ali Khorsandi

Frequency: Quarterly

Print ISSN: 2476-5783

Online ISSN: 2476-5791

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