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Phd Amir Moradi, Phd Susan Keshavarz, Phd Mohsen Kordlo,
Volume 7, Issue 40 (3-2020)

      Today, with the expansion of the Internet and social media, new educational environments have emerged and expanded the names of social networks which has attracted children and adolescents due to their unique features and capabilities. Because technology is not neutral, children and adolescents with numerous educational opportunities and dilemmas by social networks are faced. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to study the educational bottlenecks of social networks on children and adolescents and providing preventive strategies with emphasizing the educational teachings of the Qur'an and hadiths. The method of this study is qualitative and descriptive-analytic (qualitative content analysis) and inference of practical analogy. Findings of the research showed; educational bottlenecks of social networks on the education of children and adolescents, including breaking the norm (such as breaking the law, violence and aggression, sexual freedom and the promotion of abusive content, the promotion and normalization of the illegitimate relations of girls and boys, promotion of luxury and extreme consumerism, violating some ethical and religious virtues, routine and stereotypes), addiction to social networks and away from god and violation of privacy. Also, culturalize, Promoting Conscious parental supervision, protect privacy, fill leisure time and emphasize the importance of self-esteem and breeding its skills is a suggested solutions which leads to the study of the Qur'an and traditions to reduce the negative effects of our social networks.
Mr Rasol Safarzai, Phd Hossein Momeni Mehmoui, Phd Ahmad Akbari, Phd Torj Falah Mehne,
Volume 12, Issue 46 (9-2023)

The teaching of the Holy Qur'an forms an important part of the curriculum of primary school students. This important role, in addition to its role in establishing the religious identity of the students, leads to the realization of other educational goals in the educational system. Knowing the components and indicators of the recitation education curriculum and providing the context for designing a comprehensive model in the field of religious education. Therefore, the aim of the current research is to identify the components of the curriculum model for recitation and recitation of the Holy Quran. The approach of the current research is qualitative and its method is synthesis research. The research community is all the articles (134 articles) that have been presented in specialized and scientific databases since 2012 and 2019 regarding the curriculum components of reciting and recitation of the Holy Quran. The sample of the research is 30 articles, which were selected based on thematic monitoring, theoretical data saturation, and purposefully. The research data were collected from the qualitative analysis of the studied documents. In order to analyze the data, content analysis was used in the method of categorization based on Roberts' synthesis research model. In order to check the validity of the findings, the recoding of the findings was used based on Scott's method (2012) and the agreement coefficient between the evaluators was calculated as 74%. The components of the curriculum model for reciting and recitation of the Holy Quran were identified in 5 dimensions, 18 axes and 76 categories, including educational approach components, methodological components in education, teacher-related components, environmental requirements and evaluation.

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