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Competency-Based Education Pattern in Technical and Vocational Technical Schools: Grounded Theory
Aghdas Nikooravesh 1, Nader Solimani2 , Hamid Shafizadeh2 , Amir Hossein Mohammad Davoodi3
1- Islamic Azad University Garmsar , a_nikoo1034@yahoo.com
2- Islamic Azad University Garmsar
3- , Islamic Azad University saveh
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Introduction: Training as a key factor in sustainable development has always been emphasized by planners and one of the most successful methods is competency-based training.Therefore, the purpose of this qualitative study is to identify the dimensions and components and factors affecting competency-based education and designing competency-based education in technical and vocational schools.
Methods: This research is a qualitative research based on data theory approach. For this purpose, Purposive sampling and in-depth semi-structured interviews with scientific experts familiar with the subject of research were used. To analyze the data, the system open coding, axial and selective was used.
Results: The data analysis showed that causal conditions of 4 main categories (necessity of applying training, training of skilled staff, employment and irrational density of candidates in theoretical disciplines), the main phenomenon of two objective aspects of competency (knowledge and skill).And the mental aspect of competence (attitude, insight, ability and motivation), contextual conditions of 4 main categories of support; economic factors; education measures; cultural factors; intervening conditions of 3 main categories and 9 subcategories including empowerment Artifacts; Educational Factors; Education Measures; and Strategies The two main categories of education and empowerment measures (students) and Consequences consist of two main individual and social categories.
Conclusion: The present study shows that competency-based education needs to consider the factors affecting it and with a systematic and comprehensive approach in terms of factors and components, causal conditions, strategies, contextual factors, environmental conditions and consequences
Keywords: competency-based training, competency model, grounded theory
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Article Type: Qualitative Research | Subject: Other Fields
Received: 2019/12/7 | Accepted: 2020/12/12 | Published: 2021/12/1


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