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Sattari A. Jalal Al-Ahmad's approach in "school principal": A narrative of a realistic and critical curriculum. . 2020; 7 (40) :137-157
URL: http://erj.khu.ac.ir/article-1-827-en.html
Alzahra University
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From the perspective of a principal, Jalal al-Ahmad looks at the educational issues of school and community together and seeks to solve the problems of community and school in relation to each other and from within the school. The article seeks to explore his thoughts and ideas in school principal of solving community problems from within the school. For this purpose, a descriptive-analytical method was used. The results showed that in the field of thinking, the elements of godliness, heresy and religious spirits have influenced Al-Ahmad's management style in school. Jalal al-Ahmad's epistemology, in his view of the objective and real issues of the school and the society around it, is reminiscent of social realism, which blends in with his critical approach. His view of man can be explained from the two perspectives of the existing man and the desirable man. The existing human being suffers from aimlessness or, in the path of the goal he pursues, loses his original identity and needs to be reformed. In his view, the desirable man is diligent, demanding change, and devoting himself to discovery, along with a desire to revive indigenous traditions. Value components include a tendency toward conscience, responsibility, purity, and traditionalism, which are crystallized in school management. In the light of these ideas, his general purpose is to establish a relationship between tradition and modernity and to reform society through the small school community. To achieve these goals, he emphasizes motivational and content-based curriculum content and community teaching methods, in which educational evaluation is conducted continuously and out of the context.
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Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: Educational Philosophy
Received: 2020/06/4 | Accepted: 2020/11/1 | Published: 2020/11/1

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