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The Effect of the Idea of Education Content Knowledge on the Planning and Development of Faculty Members in Farhangian University, Region 2 of the Country

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Purpose : The impact of content knowledge idea instruction on teaching quality of Farhangian University faculty members of Region 9 of Iran. Method : This applied study was conducted with a mixed approach using a qualitative and quantitative approach. In the qualitative section, the statistical population included 20 professors of Farhangian University in Region 9, 10 of who were selected by purposive sampling method based on saturation law, and 263 faculty members, professors and visiting lecturers of Farhangian University in Region 9 of the country. Including (Semnan, Mazandaran and Golestan) were in the quantitative section that 156 of them were selected as a sample using random sampling method classified according to Cochran's formula. To collect data, two content knowledge education questionnaires (researcher-made) with 82 questions and the development of faculty members of Qoroneh et al. With 93 questions were used. The validity and validity of the instruments were confirmed by the supervisors and consultants and the combined reliability and Cronbach's alpha were calculated higher than 0.7. SPSS21 and PLS3.2 software and structural equations were used for data analysis. Findings : The results of structural equation test showed that the effect of content knowledge of education and training on the development of faculty members in Farhangian University, Region 9 was positive and significant. Conclusion : The results showed that the effect of content knowledge of education on the development of faculty members in Farhangian University in 9 countries has been significant.
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Provide a Model for the Establishment of the School in Accordance with the Indicators and Requirements of the Education Transformation Document

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Purpose: The aim of this study was to provide a model for school establishment in accordance with the indicators and requirements of the Education Transformation Document. Methodology: The research method was basic-applied in terms of purpose, descriptive-survey in terms of data collection method and combined in terms of data type. The statistical population of the study in the qualitative section included managers and staff of the Ministry of Education, provincial administrations and education districts, and in a small part, all staff staff of the Ministry of Education and staff of provincial departments. The sample size in the qualitative part was determined using the principle of theoretical saturation of 23 people who were selected using purposive sampling method. Also, in the quantitative part, according to the statistical population, 384 subjects were obtained using Morgan table, the subjects were selected using multi-stage cluster sampling method. In the present study, a semi-structured interview tool was used to collect data in the qualitative section and a researcher-made questionnaire was used in the quantitative section, which confirmed the validity and reliability of both tools. Data analysis in the qualitative part was performed by coding method and in the quantitative part, descriptive and inferential statistical methods (factor analysis (confirmatory and exploratory) and one-sample t-test) were used. Findings: The results showed that the factors that make up the top school at the level of the transformation document included moral, social, economic, political, biological / physical, scientific and technological education; Causal conditions in the implementation of the superior school at the level of the transformation document included teacher, curriculum, management, educational space and equipment, information technology, as internal requirements and Islamic society, media, family, educational justice, as external requirements; The consequences of implementing a top school at the level of the fundamental transformation document included agility, maturity, and continuous learning. Finally, the model presented in this study had a good fit. Conclusion: Top schools smoothly put moral education at the top of the agenda and moral education of students in such a school should be a key factor in development and progress, because this factor is a prerequisite for achieving maturity in various areas of life.