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Analysis of teachers' experiences in teaching art in elementary schools: a qualitative study. CSTP. 2015; 2 (4) :135-160
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This study aims to identify and explain the experience of teaching art in the elementary school teachers was conducted. In this context, an essential question is examined: primary school teachers, learning how to experience the arts curriculum? Using qualitative research methods, semi-structured in-depth interviews and purposive sampling, 10 cases of primary school teachers Mehdishahr city were interviewed in depth. Theoretical saturation was confirmed at the end of my interview. Data were analyzed using coding techniques and the three criteria of validity and acceptability, reliability and scalability approval was obtained. The findings of the research, experience in teaching art in the elementary school teachers in the three main axes showed weakness honor the art, the lack of education, lack of parental interest. Based on these findings, teachers have not been successful in teaching the art curriculum and have failed to benefit from the potential for teaching art lessons. Despite the interest in the issue of teachers' verbal art unimportance among other courses in the teaching of practical arts curriculum for teachers is obvious. This is because art teachers from time to compensate for falling behind their modules to use. Facilities generally will address the curriculum of art as much as it abstained. Based on theory and research findings, strategies to overcome the challenges of art education in primary schools is recommended, including art lesson plans independently, providing specialized service training courses, particularly arts teachers, creating suitable for exchange of experiences among teachers, funding and facilities in accordance with the requirements of art lessons, parents and families to raise awareness of the importance of arts education.
 
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Received: 2014/01/29 | Revised: 2015/02/1 | Accepted: 2015/02/1 | Published: 2015/03/3

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