Pathology of Quran education programs in primary schools from the perspective of experts

Leila khosravi morad, zohre jaafari far, zahra feizi
2020 ̒Ulūm-i tarbiyyatī az dīdgāh-i Islām  
The teaching of the Qur'an in today's society is faster than in the past, but there are still many weaknesses in this field.Therefore, the aim of this study was to identify the disadvantages of Quran education programs in the curriculum dimension in primary schools in the academic year 2018.The method of qualitative research was data phenomenology of the foundation. The study sample consisted of 8 experts in Quranic sciences and Quranic education by purposeful sampling method and the research
more » ... s conducted using semi-structured interview tools. Data analysis was performed by Strauss coding method in three stages: open, axial and selective. The findings identified five categories of harms: 1. Objective-related harms - little proportion of the goals of teaching the Qur'an to the principles of setting educational goals and emphasizing only the basic goals of teaching the Qur'an - such as reading - and not deeper goals of the Qur'an - such as understanding meaning). 2. Content-related damage (small proportion of Quran teaching content with the principles of preparing and arranging educational content and book content presentation templates), 3 Facility-related damage (weakness of appropriate production and distribution system and poor quality of produced software), 4 Damage related to the teaching method (unprincipled teaching methods of the Qur'an) and 5. Damage related to methods of evaluating students' academic achievement (weak teachers' skills in evaluating what students have learned in the Quran lesson and insignificance of evaluating students' learning). In the end, considering the results of most of the injuries in the two areas of goals and content, it is hoped that the officials and those in charge of Quranic education can provide the quality of Quranic training courses with the right goal setting and content coherence in accordance with the mentioned goals.
doi:10.30497/edus.2020.75582 doaj:a1252d13739a4e1fa438181f09681d1d fatcat:mpuxic6dd5b2zjeig7pllhryqi