نویسنده

دانش‌آموخته‌ی دکترای تخصصی برنامه‌ریزی درسی و مدرس گروه علوم تربیتی، دانشگاه فرهنگیان، اصفهان، ایران

چکیده

برنامه‌ درسی پنهان: چالشی پیدا یا فرصتی ناپیدا؟ سیدحسین عبادی چکیده برنامه ی درسی پنهان ناظر بر آموخته های تصریح نشده وعوامل تاثیر گذار برپیدایش آموخته های یادشده می باشد که دانش آموزان در پرتو حضور در مدرسه تجربه می نمایند.جان مایه ی پژوهش حاضر مرور نظام مند بر آن دسته از مقاله ها ی علمی – پژوهشی است که عنوان دار برنامه ی درسی پنهان و حاصل تلاش پژوهشگران ایرانی است که طی دو دهه ی اخیر (1391-1370)در این زمینه قلم فرسایی نموده اند .19 مقاله در این زمینه که در پایگاه های اطلاعاتی داخلی وبین المللی ومجلات نمایه شده ی داخلی در دسترس قرار گرفته ،از راه سرشماری (بدون نمونه گیری) ،جهت بررسی متن کامل وارد این مطالعه گردید.هدف از بررسی مروری حاضر تعیین مهم ترین آثار آموزشی وپرورشی بر آمده از برنامه ی درسی پنهان و ارایه ی راهکار های کاربردی درزمینه ی استفاده بهینه از آثار مثبت ورهایی از آثار منفی آن بوده است.یافته های این پزوهش نشان از سلطه ی آثار منفی برآثار مثبت آموزشی وپرورشی در ابعاد برنامه ی درسی پنهان (ساختار مدرسه،جو اجتماعی مدرسه وتعامل معلم –دانش آموز) در مدارس کشور دارد.این امر به معنای لزوم توجه جدی به راهکارهای ارایه شده در این پژوهش جهت عدم جابجایی فرصت برخاسته از برنامه ی درسی پنهان با چالش های برآمده از آن در مدرسه دارد. کلید واژه ها: برنامه ی درسی، برنامه ی درسی صریح،برنامه ی درسی پنهان، ابعاد برنامه ی درسی پنهان

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عنوان مقاله [English]

Hidden curriculum: an apparent challenge or an unexplored

نویسنده [English]

  • sayyed hossein ebadi

Ph.D, Department of educational Science, Farhangian University, Isfahan, Iran

چکیده [English]

Hidden curriculum: an apparent challenge or an unexplored opportunity? Seyed Hossein Ebadi, Ph.D student of curriculum planning, Azad Islamic univ., Khorasgan, Isfahan, Iran (ebadi.hossein@yahoo.com) ABSTRACT Hidden curriculum concerns implicit learnings and the factors affecting the emergence of the said learnings which students experience as a result of attending school. The essence of the present paper is the systematic review of those scientific-investigative articles carrying the title of hidden curriculum and which are products of Iranian researchers' endeavors within the last two decades (1991-2012). 19 papers in this regard, made available through domestic and international data bases and profiled domestic magazines were included in this investigation for an examination of their full texts (no sampling applied). The present review study aims at determining the most important educational influences raised from hidden curricula and providing applicable solutions towards optimal employment of positive consequences and avoidance from negative ones. Findings indicate the dominance of negative consequences over positive educational outcomes in various dimensions of hidden curriculum (school structure, social context of educational system and teacher-student interaction) in Iranian schools. This implies the necessity of serious consideration of solutions presented herein in order to prevent the replacement of the opportunity raised by the hidden curriculum with the challenges resulted from it within the school. Keywords:Curr

Curriculum, Explicit curriculum, Hidden curriculum, Dimensions of hidden curriculum

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Explicit curriculum
  • hidden curriculum
  • Dimensions of hidden curriculum

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