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(2016). The Challenges of Social Sciences Curriculum in Primary School Regarding Citizenship-Social Education based on the model Tyler. نظریه و عمل. 4(7), 55-80. doi:10.18869/acadpub.cstp.4.7.55
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Abstract: This study has been conducted about one of the fundamental debates in educational system and curriculum development titled“social-citizenship‌training”. The methodology was descriptive-survey and the sampling population was 337 (61 male- 276 female) elementary school teachers in Tabriz which were selected on the basis of multi-staged and comparative cluster sampling For data analysis the Freidman test used. The findings showed that in the“goals”stage the failure of the goals of citizenship training in establishing an effective relationship between schools and other organizations; In“content”stage the negligence of modulation of concepts and skills of citizenship in different zones of learning; in“teaching and learning”stage lack of appropriate activities and in“evaluation”stage overlooking the creativity and innovation of learners;were among the most significant challenges. Meanwhile,the result of the independent T test showed that there was a meaningful difference between the views of female and male teachers on“content”,“learning and teaching activities” and“evaluation“stages. However,about“goal”stage there was no substantial difference.

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Received: 2015/04/5 | Revised: 2017/02/20 | Accepted: 2015/12/14 | Published: 2016/09/16

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