Paper Information

Journal:   SOCIAL RESEARCH   FALL 2012 , Volume 5 , Number 16; Page(s) 15 To 33.
 
Paper: 

A SURVEY COMMUNICATION OF THE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM WITH SOCIAL EDUCATION IN THE FIRST GRADE OF HIGH SCHOOLS IN TOWNS OF TEHRAN PROVINCE

 
Author(s):  NADERI EZATOLAH, EBRAHIMI AKBAR
 
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Abstract: 

While family is the most important social entity in child and adolescence education, school is the second effective one. What are important from educational point of view are different dimensions of education, which are logical, social, emotional, moral, spiritual, and corporal dimensions. This article studies the realization of education goals of "social studies" course in first grade of high school.
This is a field research and the sample includes 400 participants of the population who were selected through cluster random selection, referring to Kerjecle, R.V. and Morgan. D.W table. A questionnaire was used in this research.
The findings show that social education goals of the course in the fields of social, economic, political, and family qualifications among first grade high school students of Towns of Tehran are effective in a significant way.
Results show that one of the findings of the research is that these students have the least qualification in political field and they don’t have enough information about the illegitimacy of the political system, taking part in elections, and talking about the candidates. Considering this matter the researcher suggests that schools and specially teachers of the mentioned course pay attention to the importance of providing enough information about the politics and emphasize on the importance of this knowledge in having a democratic society. Also it is suggested that a similar kind of research be done in primary schools and junior high schools.

 
Keyword(s): EDUCATION AND SOCIAL EDUCATION, CURRICULUM, SOCIAL STUDIES, SOCIAL COMPETENCIES, ECONOMICAL COMPETENCIES, POLITICAL COMPETENCIES, AND FAMILY COMPETENCIES
 
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