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Azhdari M, mosapour N, Sadrolashrafi M. The Cognitive Goal Achievement of 3 Physics & Laboratory Courses in Secondary School. CSTP. 2014; 1 (1) :101-122
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This paper presents a report on the level of achievement in the third grade of high school courses of physics and laboratory. This research is assessment-oriented and evaluative and in collecting of data follows the grounded theory method. Curricular goal achievement was assessed with evaluating mathematics and science students (N=369) from five districts in Tehran via academic achievement test. The analysis of data showed that: 1- The goals of physics curriculum in cognitive domain had been achieved. 2- There were no significant differences between male and female mathematics and science students in goal achievement in cognitive domain. 3- There were significant differences in cognitive domain in between students who studied in different districts of Tehran.
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