Document Type : Original Article
Azarbaijan Shahid Madani University
azarbaijan Shahid Madani university
Azarbaijan Shahid madani university
The purpose of this study was to describe the life experiences teachers of challenges television programs as a hidden curriculum in achieving the educational objectives, of the educational system. In this research, a qualitative method of Phenomenology type was used. In order to gain experiences 24 people from teachers with schools’ experience were selected by purposive sampling method until reaching theoretical saturation. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews and analyzed by using of Colaizzi method. After reviewing the validity of the data by the participants, obtained codes, were summarized in the form of 4 basic concepts and 11 sub-concepts. The findings showed Scientific-educational challenge with sub-concepts (Lack of motivation, Lack of justice, Lack of psychological training and Lack of attention to skills); Cultural Challenge with sub-concepts (Lack of strengthening national pride and Institutionalizing western culture); Ethical-doctrinal challenge with sub-concepts (Forgetting beliefs and improper guidance) and Social anomalies with sub-concepts (Weakening of the family foundation, Lack of attention to the expansion of order and Lack of attention to health) it is the most important basic and secondary concepts’ in teachers’ experiences. As result television programs in the form of hidden curriculum can challenge the scientific, cultural, moral-doctrinal, and social objectives of the education system.