عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of the present study is to identify the basic skills of work and technology curriculum designed for junior high school students. This research has been carried out qualitatively using phenomenological method. The research community consisted of sample Iranian instructors of work and technology curriculum. Sampling was carried out by utilizing target method, standard type and by professional interviews with 13 participants to the extent of saturation. For the analysis of the data, the three-step coding method (open, axial and selective) was used. The findings showed that the basic skills included in work and technology curriculum at the junior high school consists of a series of categories as follows: perceptual (11 subcategories), communication (5 subcategories), ethics (5 subcategories), technical (6 subcategories) and technological (3 subcategories). Accordingly, the results show that it is necessary to revise work and technology curriculum at the junior high school education, and take into account the basic skills mentioned in this study.
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