Document Type : Original Research Paper


1 College of agriculture & natural, Razi University Kermanshah, Kermanshah, Iran

2 Faculty of Human Sciences, Islamic Azad University Kermanshah Branch, Kermanshah, Iran


Abstract: The purpose of this study was to examine teachers’ current and desired knowledge and skills related
to curriculum and instruction. The population for the study was 1214 students of agricultural schools in the west
of Iran (Hamedan and Kermanshah Provinces). A systematic randomization resulted in a sample of 398
participants from the population. A survey questionnaire was constructed and used to collect data from randomly
selected students and were analyzed by SPSS software. Based on the results of the test and Cohen's effect size in
comparison t-test with a significance level of 0.05, the agricultural education teachers in three levels -
professional skills in order to provide the innovative curriculum and training by a factor of (C.d. =2.00), the use
of educational technology in lessons coefficient (C.d. =1.54), scientific methods of assessment and evaluation
multiplier effect (C.d. =1.41) are moderate to low.


Main Subjects

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