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Safarpour B. (2024). Teacher Training and Professional Ethics. Iranian Journal of Educational Sociology. 7(3), 80-87. doi:10.61838/kman.ijes.7.3.10
URL: http://iase-idje.ir/article-1-1422-en.html
PhD, Department of Philosophy of Education, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran.
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Purpose: Explaining and analyzing the professional and religious ethical needs of the human resources at Farhangian University, with an emphasis on the esteemed faculty members of this university, can be a positive step towards achieving the critical mission of teacher training and education in the country. As indicated by the title of the article, the goal of this research is to analyze the needs of instructors and faculty members in the domain of professional and religious ethics. This article aims to answer the following questions: 1) What professional ethical characteristics do Farhangian University professors need? 2) Do Farhangian University professors possess these characteristics? 3) How can these characteristics be created and reinforced?

Methodology: The research methodology of the present study follows a mixed paradigm and employs descriptive-analytical and descriptive-survey methods.

Findings: In summarizing the findings, it was concluded that: empathy and the development of a spirit of cooperation among students by the professor, campus presidents, providing a foundation for self-confidence, preventing rigid and dogmatic discipline in the educational environment, and adherence to the scientific and cultural norms and regulations of the university are crucial. Therefore, it is expected that the planners and managers of Farhangian University, in addition to issuing directives and regulations, also pay special attention to implementation and practice. Thus, considering the important fact that in universities, education alone does not have a meaningful impact; rather, the educational process includes teaching ethics and institutionalizing it in order to properly implement the quality charter of Iran's teacher training university.

Conclusion: The study underscores the necessity for Farhangian University to integrate ethical training into its educational practices to fulfill its mission effectively.

 
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Received: 2024/02/10 | Accepted: 2024/04/9 | Published: 2024/07/1

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