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Islamic Azad University
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The purpose of this research is to investigate the current pattern of using information and communication technology (ICT) in exceptional schools. This research was conducted with a qualitative approach and a data-based method. The statistical population includes all agents involved in the use of Fava in exceptional schools, who were selected through purposeful criterion-based sampling. The data is obtained through semi-structured interviews with fifteen teachers of special schools, five school principals and three middle managers of Mashhad Special Education Department. In order to analyze the data, open, axial and selective coding method was used. Lincoln and Cuban criteria were used to ensure validity and reliability. The results of the research show twenty-six key concepts that, in the form of a paradigm model, include lack of planning and a non-specialist view of the use of FAVA in exceptional schools as a central category and causal conditions (skill weakness, attitude weakness, financial and infrastructural challenges) ), contextual factors (management factors of exceptional schools and environmental-contextual factors), facilitating intervention conditions (training and professional development of teachers, needs assessment, support), restrictive intervention conditions ( Organizational and environmental challenges, political interference and individual and executive obstacles), strategies (renewing the approach to curriculum planning, designing a strategic plan in the field of FAVA application, guidance and quality orientation) and consequences (decrease in efficiency and effectiveness) of the organization. .
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Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: Educational Programing
Received: 2022/10/18 | Accepted: 2023/01/29 | Published: 2023/11/11

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