Develop a Model for the Growth of Creativity in the Structure of the Elementary School Curriculum based on the Fundamental Reform Document of Education (FRDE)

Document Type : Original Article

Authors

1 PhD, Educational Psychology, Garmsar Branch, Islamic Azad University, Garmsar, Iran.

2 Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Garmsar Unit. Islamic Azad university. Garmsar, Iran

3 Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Garmsar Branch, Islamic Azad University, Garmsar, Iran.

Abstract

Purpose: As regards the effect of creativity and models for the growth of it, this study endeavors to develop a pattern model for the purpose of growing creativity in the structure of the elementary school curriculum based on the fundamental reform document of education (FRDE)
Methodology: As for the purpose of this study, it was conducive. Furthermore, in view of the procedure of methods, it could be considered as qualitative. 10 individuals of statistical society were chosen by targeted and snowball sampling methods in 2019. We utilized methods of reviewing the fundamental reform document of education and Semi-structured interviews. Validity and Validity of these methods were desperately examined by triangulation methods of data collection which were suitable for assessment and the coefficient of the agreement was estimated to be 0.76. Ultimately coding method was used in order to analyze the gained data of reviewed documents and interviews.
Findings: Results demonstrated that 25 codes belonged to the growth model of creativity in the structure of the primary school curriculum based on the fundamental reform document of education while 15 codes are known to be relevant to this model based on interviews that have gotten done with some experts of the elementary school curriculum. Consequently, the model for the growth of creativity in the structure of the elementary school curriculum was designed based on these codes.
Conclusions: Results of the present study contain some practical functions. Moreover, identified codes and designed models were used in order to improve the model of growth in creativity.

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