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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Since the establishment of primary and secondary schools in Iran in the style of the western educational institutions, adopting and translating western school text books in order to be taught in the Iranian schools, became popular.
The adopted text books especially experimental sciences texts explained the world from a secularism perspective an approach which was influenced by a school of thoughts prevalent in west. That means such books neglected religion teachings regarding study of nature and creatures.
The dominance of secularism approach over experimental sciences text books, of Iran continued till the victory of the Islamic revolution because secularism approach was not considered as an implausible one by the educational planners and policy makers of the former regime.
Although after the victory of the Islamic revolution efforts were made to eliminate the influence of secularism over science curriculum ,evidence indicates that the dominance of such approach still exists and school text books reforms of the recent three decades has not terminated the influence of secularism.
Accordingly, replacing the secular approach by religious one in the domain of the experimental text books is an idea which is proposed in the present article. Furthermore, the difference between these two approaches is dealt with in this paper.
Contrary to the secular approach the religious one uses Meta physical assumptions as the base of study of the natural world.
Consequently whenever students study the nature from a religious perspective, they view the nature beyond a materialistic world view and acquire an in-depth understanding about the world.