عنوان مقاله [English]
. One of the most important achievements of technology development and development in the field of education is the emergence and development of smart schools and e-learning. The purpose of this research is to The instrument development and validation of teaching - learning process in the smart schools in educational system of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The research method was descriptive-survey using a researcher-made questionnaire. The results of this study show that the teaching and learning indicators in intelligent schools have the greatest impact on creating a dynamic and attractive environment for students' creativity and The least amount is related to the promotion of the assessment of high levels of thinking, knowledge and skills. In the context of teaching and learning components of intelligent schools, the most influences are on teachers' familiarity with IT skills and the least amount is related to the promotion of critical thinking and student self-directedness. Also, in relation to teaching and learning tools, smart schools have had the greatest impact on hybrid technology (film, image, etc.), and the least amount is related to the production of blogs and educational sites.
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