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Zaresefat S, Dehghani M, Hakimzadeh R, Karami M, Salehi K. (2019). Faculty Members' Experiences of Professional Development Curriculum: A Conceptual Model. نظریه و عمل. 7(13), 177-206.
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  This research is based on the experience of the faculty members of the College of Mathematics, Engineering, and Basic Sciences (STEM) at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad in 2017 in implementing professional development curricula. The data of this research were extracted from a qualitative and descriptive phenomenological method with semi-structured interviewing tool. Data is analyzed through coding and categorization. Sampling in this section was targeted through a criterion type and a total of 21 people participated. To credited, Delphi technique was agreed by the experts and experts on issues. Given the research structure and the four areas in the curriculum, researchers' perceptions of the themes and concepts related to each field were referred. A total of 37 categories and finally four general categories including design, implementation, field and evaluation in three areas of strengths, leading issues and desirability of curriculum. The results of this study showed that a great deal has been reported between the design and implementation of the programs, as well as a conceptual model based on the life experiences of the faculty members and, finally, suggestions were presented.
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Received: 2017/09/3 | Revised: 2021/04/20 | Accepted: 2018/10/28 | Published: 2019/05/31

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