Evaluation of Current Condition of Physical Education Curriculum of Iranian High Schools and the Prescribed Strategies to Improve Its Overall Situation Based on Expertise Ideas and Viewpoints

Hossein Nazari, Syed Ebrahim Mirshah Jafari, Ahmad Reza Nasr Isfahani, Seyed Mohamad Marandi


The ultimate goal of such inquiry and meticulous investigation is to evaluate the current condition of physical education curriculum of Iranian high schools and the strategies that can be employed in a path of improving its overall situation based on expertise ideas and their total viewpoint is such given pivotal affair. This investigation has been conducted in accordance with pathological phenomenology and sampling with regard of practical and feasible drawn-target and qualitative approach and method. The cited interviews were designated for 15 connoisseurs in the firmament of physical education. The figurative and the content narration of the study has evaluated in compliance with expertise viewpoints and ideas. The total findings and discovered entities as off-springs of expertise ideas in the fields of “fulfilling student’s expectances and their needs and desires”, “attention toward the reals of science, capacity and sight-perspectives”, has been extracted and summarized. The conclusion and overall gains of given investigation manifested that the criteria of high school curriculum were not expedient and appropriate in the fields of target, content, the employed pathological principle of instruction and the given evaluation in-use and it never satisfied the visualized expectance of expertise.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/hes.v7n3p80

Copyright (c) 2017 Hossein Nazari, Syed Ebrahim Mirshah Jafari, Ahmad Reza Nasr Isfahani, Seyed Mohamad Marandi

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Higher Education Studies  ISSN 1925-4741 (Print)   ISSN 1925-475X (Online)

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