Document Type: Original Article

Authors

M.A in educational planning, Islamic Azad University of Dezful, Kuye Azadegan, Dezful, Iran

Abstract

This study was done to investigate the possibility of semi-centralized design curriculum in the province of human resources. In this research, descriptive method was used. The study was conducted in the province center and 30 specialists, experts, teachers and professors of different disciplines related to the curriculum were purposefully selected. Brass determine sample size, were used from heterogeneous sampling method and collect data from Czech list and semi-structured interviews. The results show that, given the standards organization for research and educational programs in the province, the number of human resources for curriculum development is concentrated to half; But in terms of awareness, familiarity level professionals exploring the four elements: goals, content, teaching methods and evaluation examined the results of the analysis were obtained from interviews, field goals, content, good background information there are among  professionals, but to set goals and design a curriculum guide that is necessary in these increase. But in terms of teaching methods and evaluation of academic achievement, excellent information between experts, teachers and professionals in determining these elements in there that is quite possible. In general, according to experts participated in the study, the specific situation of variability of climate causes decentralization be applied of curricula. To overcome the defects, training and faculty can be used in universities.

Keywords

Germeten, Sidsel (2011)The new National Curriculum in Norway: A change in the role of the principals?, Finnmark University College , Norway, Australasian Journal of Education, vol. 55, No. 1, P: 14-23.

House of Commons Children, Schools and Families Committee (2009); National Curriculum, Fourth Report of Session 2008- 2009, vol,1,p3.

Rajkumar R.P. & Kumar, Shiv & Uppal, Shveta & Devikar, V. (2005); National Curriculum Framework, National Council of Educational Research and Training.

Reid, A. (2005); Rethinking National Curriculum Collaboration, Towards an Astralian Curriculum, Australian Government Department of Education, Science and Training.

Ryder, J. & Banner, I. (2011); Multiple aims in the development of a major reform of the national curriculum for science in England, International Journal of science education. Vol.33, No,5.

Sandberg, A. & Hagsér, E.Ä. (2011);The Swedish National Curriculum: Play and Learning With Fundamental values in focus , Mälardalen University Sweden, Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, Vol. 36, N, 1, P,44.

Sisimayi, Rodgers G. & Masendu, Matlhoatsie E. & Tambulukani, G. (2000); Curriculum Theory, Design And Assessment, General Education Modules, for Upper Primary and Junior Secondary School Teachers of Science, Technology and Mathematics by Distance in the Southern African Development Community(SADC).