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Ms. Nafiseh Beygi, Dr. Hamid Reza Rezazadeh Bahadoran, Dr. Ali Akbar Khosravi Babadi, Dr. Kambiz Poushaneh,
Volume 9, Issue 18 (10-2021)

This article has been compiled with the aim of introducing the descriptive evaluation disadvantages of elementary school from the perspective of Iranian curriculum planners. For this purpose, the method of "educational connoisseurship and criticism" was used under the qualitative approach. The sample was selected by intensity sampling method and information was collected through semi-structured interviews. The obtained information was analyzed by "thematic analysis" method and to validate the findings, the "information group review" method was used. Data analysis showed that the descriptive evaluation as a project in the field of education and curriculum has four disadvantages: "high expectations, lack of professional supervision, ineffective guides and poor investment", in the field of teacher practice has four disadvantages "competence Low, low credibility, difficulty of action and organizational pressure" and in the field of student behavior has four disadvantages "decrease in motivation, decrease in literacy, increase in expectations and useless competition
Golbarg Gharibpour, Mahmoud Mehrmohammadi, Hamidreza Rezazadeh, Dr Alireza Assareh, Fatemeh Zahra Ahmadi,
Volume 10, Issue 20 (12-2022)

The purpose of this study is to design an educational program using dialogic education approach to cultivate the aesthetic perception of student teachers using A/r/tographical learning tasks.The research was a qualitative one and opted for normative method consisting. Finally,11 learning tasks were developed.
Farzaneh Pakdaman, Mahdi Davaei, Ali Akbar Khosravi Babadi, Hamidreza Rezazadeh,
Volume 10, Issue 20 (12-2022)

The purpose of this study was to investigate the status of ethnicity and lived ethnic experiences of junior school students in the formal-hidden curriculum of Iran's academic year in 2019-2020.The research method in the first part of documentary analysis and qualitative content analysis with 3 volumes of social studies book including 553 pages.Content Analysis Unit;Text-Images and activities.The second part of the qualitative and phenomenological research method was purposeful sampling of participants including 30 students (persian-Azeri-Kurd-Lor-gilak) and 20 teachers.Student journal and informal interview were also used. Findings show that only 6% of the three sections of the examined content pay attention to the desirable components of ethnicity, which is very undesirable in the formal curriculum.In the analysis of information,cultural assimilation, superficial thoughts about ethnic culture, educational inequality, cultural diversity alienism,neglect of peaceful coexistence appeared, overall, it can be acknowledged that the position of ethnicity in the hidden curriculum was not desirable

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