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Fatemeh Asadollahi, Mahmood Mehrmohammadi,
Volume 3, Issue 32 (Spring & Summer 2016 2016)

»Basic principles of curriculum and instruction« book by Ralph Tyler is the most challengeable work in the field of curriculum that has been criticized with various groups. Some of them believe it is a plagiarism and others view it’s questions as a basic for curriculum engineering. Exploring divers ideas toward the Rational and reappraise by comparing it and it's revision are two main purposes of the study in order to answer to appraise with writer. So, researcher as a appraiser, comparator and providing alternative has used philosophical inquiry (ampliative criticism) method to clarify goal based curriculum introduced by Tyler. Findings show Tyler Rational present advantages such as, emphasizing on values and individual differences .Educating on reflective teacher and reflective student, accenting on students interesting, coincidently attention on specialized training and public education, Integrating theory and practice, affirming problem solving and disadvantages as, neglecting process based evaluation, unconcern to student participating in learning strategies selection, accenting on prescriptive goals. Consequently, Rational is as a guide line for curriculum development That It’s framework components is either rigorous or flexible.

Dr Mehdi Mohammadi, Dr Fahimeh Keshavarzi, Dr Reza Naseri Jahromi, Mrs Rahil Naseri Jahromi, Mrs Zahra Hesampoor, Mrs Fatemeh Mirghafari, Mrs Shima Ebrahimi,
Volume 7, Issue 40 (3-2020)

Following the outbreak of the coronavirus, the closure of schools and the need to continued education in the school coerces, teachers were forced to provide training on social networks. The main purpose of the present study was to understand the lived experience of parents of first course of elementary school students in the challenges of virtual education in social networks due to the Outbreak of coronavirus, which was implemented using phenomenological methods. The data collection method was to use a semi-structured interview questionnaire. Accordingly, with a targeted sampling approach and standard method, parents whose children have used virtual education on social media for at least a month were selected, and 16 people were finally interviewed based on theoretical saturation.

Interview analysis was performed using a cleavage model and thematic analysis method. After extracting and categorizing the topic, the advantages and disadvantages of virtual education in social networks in five educational categories (advantages: preventing academic backwardness and creating opportunities for creativity; Disadvantages: unwillingness to complete class assignments and reduction of adherence to class discipline regulations), Social (advantages: student freedom of action and greater parental supervision; Disadvantages: Elimination of group activity and laziness and distraction of students), cultural (advantages: entering virtual education into the education system and creating new experiences; Disadvantages: eliminating the charisma of teacher presence and fatigue and boredom of some parents), Economic (advantages : reducing travel costs and saving travel time; disadvantages: time for additional training and the cost of providing the necessary hardware) and technical (improving media literacy of parents as good; disadvantages: lack of visual appeal of videos and Lack of mastery of information technology ) were classified. In addition to the disadvantages mentioned by parents, it is necessary to design a coherent and effective infrastructure for providing virtual education
Fariba Khoshbakht, Mehdi Mohammadi, Phd Reza Naseri Jahromi, Fateme Mirghafari, Maryam Safari, Faezeh Roosta, Solmaz Khademi,
Volume 8, Issue 42 (3-2021)

Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, the majority of students in more than 150 countries faced school closures in their home country, which caused parents to face unforeseen circumstances and change the type of education of their children. The purpose of this study was to assess the health-oriented attitude of elementary school parents towards the reopening of schools in the Corona crisis. This is a descriptive study that was conducted by survey method. The statistical population included all parents of Elementary school students in Shiraz. 195 parents were selected using cluster sampling. The data collection tool was the Oakfield Educational Complex Questionnaire. Data was analyzed using one-sample tests by Will Coxon and Friedman. Parents have a negative attitude towards their children's participation in face-to-face classes, but a positive one towards the possibility of supporting their children's education, ensuring the health and safety of their children and school staff and forcing their children to wear masks while unable to keep social distance from each other. Finally, parents tend to have Distant education for their children, with the goal of keeping them healthy and protecting them from corona disease. They do not even agree with the Method of virtual and non-virtual education or the division of students into small groups and their Presence on different days in the classroom. 

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