عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to design and validate the chemistry curriculum pattern in the second secondary school based on the objectives of the resistance economy. In this research, qualitative content analysis methods, documentary method and descriptive-evidence-based method were used. The sample for data collection was 16 experts and 39 sources related to the chemistry curriculum and resistance economics that were purposefully were chosen. The data collection techniques were semi-structured interviews with chemistry and economics curriculum specialists and qualitative analysis of texts. The data from the interviews were analyzed using deductive coding method. The findings of this research determined the characteristics of the chemistry elements of the real economy of resistance economy for the purpose, content, methodology and evaluation, and the primary model of chemistry curriculum for resilient economics was designed. The model was approved by experts and practitioners after adjusting. The results of this research can be used to design a resilient economy chemistry curriculum.
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