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Journal:   CURRICULUM PLANNING KNOWLEDGE & RESEARCH IN EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES   WINTER 2015 , Volume 11 , Number 16 (43); Page(s) 95 To 109.
 
Paper: 

THE ANALYSIS OF SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE AMONGST THE IMPLEMENTERS AND THE RECEIVERS OF “RELIGION AND LIFE” CURRICULUM IN HIGH SCHOOL

 
 
Author(s):  AMINI MOHAMMAD*, TAMANAYIFAR MOHAMMAD REZA, NEZHAD ASIYE
 
* KASHAN UNIVERSITY, KASHAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

The chief aim of this essay is to study and to analyze the position of spiritual intelligence and its components amongst the implementer and the receivers of “Religion and Life” curriculum in the fourth grade of high school. All the teacher, Teaching the “Religion and Life” courses, along with the 348 fourth grade high school students, who were chosen randomly based on the clustering sampling method, were selected as the statistical population. A questioner, consisted of 42 questions about spiritual intelligence, was, then, used to collect the data. The validity and reliability, both, have been confirmed; the first by means of the theoretical sources as well as the experts of the field and the second by Coronbach’s Alpha (%85). Both descriptive statistics (mean and slandered deviation) and inferential statistic (t-test) were used to analyze the data. Based on the findings, it can be concluded that the teachers and students are not highly different in terms of spiritual intelligence; whereas, this difference is more conspicuous between the boys and the girls. In addition, these findings indicate that the degree of knowledge and awareness of teachers about spiritual intelligence and its components is very low and, therefore, there is a serious challenge in this filled. The priority, hence, should be given to promote the spiritual intelligence as well as changes in both textbooks and teaching methods.

 
Keyword(s): INTELLIGENCE, SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE, SPIRITUALITY, GOD’S KINGDOM, ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR
 
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