Volume 2, Issue 7 (Autumn & Winter 2016)                   TLR 2016, 2(7): 107-120 | Back to browse issues page


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Bashiri Haddadan G, Mahmoodi F, Rezapoor Y, Adib Y. Describing the Experience and Perception of Teachers and Experts from Education in Multi-grade Classes of Primary Schools in Rural Areas of Kalibar. TLR. 2016; 2 (7) :107-120
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The aim of this study was to describe the experiences of teachers and experts from the teaching-learning process in multi-grade primary school classes in rural areas and its problems. The research method was qualitative and phenomenological study. The study population included all multi-grade experts and teachers in primary schools in rural areas of Kalibar that among them, 4 educational experts and 20 multi-grade teachers were selected by random targeted sampling. Data were collected by semi-structured qualitative interviews, and were analyzed by the method, proposed by Smith. Results showed that ten main themes are: main causes of holding multi-grade classes, Problems of multi-grade classes, effective factors in increasing multi-grade efficiency, discipline control methods in this classes, problems of multi-grade students, problems of multi-grade teachers, problems of the family, problems of incompatibility multi-gradeness with the current educational structure, multi-grade classes’ benefits, and suggestions for decreasing the multi-grade classed problems.
 

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