Analysis of the Making Smart Concept In Order To Provide Appropriate Curriculum for Primary School Of Iran

Mohammadreza Qaznavi, Zohre Saadatmand, Narges Keshtiaray


The purpose of this study is analysis of the making smart concept in order to provide appropriate curriculum for primary school of Iran. The conceptual analysis method was used to reach this purpose. Then in order to present the desirable model of curriculum based on making smart of educational system of Iran, this model was surveyed in opinion of curriculum and making smart experts and based on that the result of research showed that desirable model for curriculum based on making smart compared to the quo status that is composed of two factors components of hardware and empowerment the manpower; has five components of management system, teaching and learning environment, empowerment the manpower, hardware and software factors.

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