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Mrs Shahla Dehghani, Keyvan Bolandhematan,
Volume 5, Issue 10 (3-2018)

This paper aimed to clarify the role of moral concepts in elementary course curriculum. By qualitative content analysis, firstly, the moral concepts in textbooks are inductively determined and then sorted into more general categories. Then, according to fluency and integration in any class and also evolutionary arranging in the whole course, the vertical and horizontal organizations of these concepts are examined. The results showed that Persian books in all courses have the most fictions and the most moral concepts. Unfortunately arranging of concepts in those books are not noticed and among fifteen moral concepts only “good behaving”, “loving humankind” and “effort” have the fluency and integrity factors, qualitatively or quantitatively. The other concepts, not in the repetition, nor in the arrangement, have an appropriate organization in different courses.
Mr. Sadegh Zaresefat, Dr. Marzieh Dehghani, Dr. Rezvan Hakimzadeh, Dr. Morteza Karami, Dr. Keyvan Salehi,
Volume 7, Issue 13 (3-2019)

  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.

Mr. Ahmad Zarei, Dr. Marzieh Dehghani, Dr. Keyvan Salehi,
Volume 7, Issue 14 (10-2019)

The aim of this study was to examine the restrictions of parental involvement in secondary schools. The research approach was qualitative and phenomenological. The instrument for data collection was a semi-structured interview and research data was gathered  from 6 parent, 5 teachers, 3 principal and 4 students in three schools in Tehran 6th district. The content of the living experiences of those groups was analyzed according to Colaizzi pattern. The research results showed the restrictions of parental involvement in 3 Emergent Theme and 7 Theme Clusters including, school related factors  such as, Lack of Teacher and principals Preparation, Teachers Preconceptions about Parental Culpability, Home-School Scheduling Conflicts and Cultural difference between school / home. As parent related factors such as, Socio-economic condition and Lack of parental understanding of the value of their role, and finally, adolescent related factor such as, vagueness as to the role of parent involvement during adolescent years.
Zahra Sadeghi, Marziye Dehghani,
Volume 10, Issue 19 (3-2022)

The present study was conducted within the framework of qualitative approach and phenomenological method, with the aim of analyzing the experiences of elementary school teachers of virtual education during the outbreak of coronavirus.  The research field is the elementary teachers of Tehran, where 10 people were selected by snowball sampling by purposive sampling.  The data collection tool was a semi-structured interview.  Each teacher was interviewed for an average of 50 minutes.  The seven-step strategy was used in data analysis.  The findings of this study, which are taken from the statements of teachers, were classified into 5 main categories, including educational dimension, cultural dimension, social dimension, economic dimension and technical dimension.  The most important topics in the educational dimension include: continuing education, the opportunity to review education for students, low level of parental literacy, reducing student motivation and time consuming virtual education.
Majid Salehi, Marziyeh Dehghani, Mohadeseh Khattat,
Volume 11, Issue 21 (3-2023)

The aim of this study was to analyze the views of graduates and students-teachers about the redundant curriculum in primary education. The approach of qualitative research and its method is content analysis. Sampling was purposeful and 18 people were selected to participate through semi-structured interviews. Findings show that parts of the curriculum content of this field are redundant and inefficient due to their theory, repetition, obsolescence, inappropriate source, disproportion of optional and compulsory courses, which are the most The frequency of redundant courses is also related to general courses and Islamic education. Also, parts of the curriculum are considered redundant due to learning experiences, with participants pointing to the role of teacher, student, and assessment. The results showed that in terms of content, it is necessary to remove parts of the general curriculum and allocate them to specialized and specialized-educational courses.
Farzane Tari, Marzie Dehghani, Nasibe Tari,
Volume 11, Issue 22 (9-2023)

The purpose of this research is to identify the factors affecting the choice of humanities field. Parallel to this aim, the narrative-research method of the autobiography type was used. The source of data was the researcher's memories and narratives during his studies. Data analysis was done according to thematic analysis. In total, four main themes (educational, individual, family and environmental factors) and 19 sub-themes in two axes were identified. Findings in the first section include not belonging to school, the role of teachers, the effect of academic grades, academic guidance, achieving successful results, possessing literary talent, fear of failure, purposefulness, interest and desire, Family support, family educational background and Career prospects. Also, in the second section, obtaining successful results, receiving positive feedback, forming an identity, reducing motivation, doubt, parental satisfaction, high expectations, and misconceptions were obtained, which indicate the positive and negative consequences of this choice.
Marzieh Dehghani, Ms Narges Chegini, Sogol Yazdankhoo,
Volume 11, Issue 22 (9-2023)

Learning math vocabularly is essential for language development and improving students' mathematics knowledge. The present research is descriptive-analytical, its purpose is applied and its approach is qualitative. First, by synthesis method, the researches done in the field of teaching mathematical vocabulary were reviewed and the types of words that need to be taught were categorized. Then, using content analysis method, the key words of math books were extracted. The sample of the research is the first to third grade elementary mathematics textbooks of Iran. In the synthesis section, the research community of all articles related to the teaching of mathematical vocabulary and the research sample, 36 articles are available, which were selected by searching the selected internal and external databases. The words extracted from the first to third grade elementary math textbooks were placed in eleven categories.

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