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Book Code: 468 / Major: Educational Sciences ,

Principles of Educational Programming for High School Students

Author: Hassan Maleki, PhD.
Number of Pages: 144
Tenth Print: 2012 Published: 2000

The general goal of this work is to familiarize the reader with the importance, necessity and status of educational programming and bring into the light the principles, aims, content, basics and methods of programming for High School students. Besides, the reader by an in depth study of this book and understanding its orientation becomes prepared to cooperate as an educational programmer in this field.

The book is in eight chapters. The first chapter defines programming and discusses its different types and its importance in the educational system. In the second chapter high school education in Iran is introduced. The problems with the previous system (at work in pre-revolutionary Iran) and the necessity to change it are the topics addressed in this chapter. The third chapter is dedicated to the principles of educational programming for high school. In the fourth chapter the aims of high school education are discussed. The fifth chapter deals with assigning the content of the curriculum in high school education. The definition of content, determining the content, norms and principles of determining content and the method of presenting the content are among the topics in this chapter. The sixth chapter encompasses the problem of organizing the content of curriculum. Methods of teaching-learning in high school levels are the subject of the seventh chapter. The eighth chapter discusses evaluation of programming. The importance of evaluation, the phases of evaluation and its significance in the general subject of educational programming are the major subtitles of this chapter.

There is Latin references at the back of the book.

This book is compiled for the students of Educational Sciences as a textbook for the course “Principles of Educational Programming for Secondary Students”.

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