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Rahnama A. A Study of Procedures and Strategies for Generalizability of Education in General Education. TLR. 2004; 1 (6) :1-16
URL: http://tlr.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-159-en.html

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In this study, the feasibility and generalizability of strategies and procedures of education into general education is examined from theoretical and practical perspectives. Statistical population includes education scholars and experts, and school teachers and educators in the city of Tehran. Statistical sample includes 200 teachers and educators, and 20 scholars and experts which were selected through cluster sampling (multi-stage) and non-random sampling (purposive) respectively. A 50-item questionnaire for teachers and educators, and a 24-item questionnaire for scholars and experts are used as the instruments for data collection. Both questionnaires are made by the researcher and are prepared and implemented using Delphi Method. The research was conducted in three aspects, namely, the educational role of teachers, the impact of the general atmosphere of schools, and the educational role of curriculums. The results are as follows: The educational role of schools: The knowledge of teachers and educators about their educational tasks, teachers’ role in setting examples, and their familiarity with the philosophy of education and psychology were all found to be of high priority, General atmosphere of schools: Close attention to development and encouragement of creative thinking, self-belief and self confidence, relating school education to real needs of students, and coordination of home, school, and community educational policy and methods, and attention to compilation of the educational mission statement for schools were among procedures and strategies with high priority, Educational role of curriculum: emphasis on problem-solving approach in curriculums, preparation of curriculum models with education for life and teaching life skills in the framework of curriculum were of high priority. Finally, a model is proposed for the generalizability of education in general education.
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