Ethics and Training

History

In response to the need of  the society for comprehensive, fundamental and applicable research on fundamental and applicable morality, education and training and psychology, the institution of the faculty of Ethics and Training was approved in 2011 in the modern institutional structure of the Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies; however, it was formally established in 2014. This faculty includes four departments: Studies of Fundamental Ethics, Applicable Studies of Ethics, Philosophy of Education and Training, and Psychology. This faculty has 5 faculty members and an administrative expert.

Objectives

  • Identifying and examining instances of immorality at individual and social levels;
  • Providing appropriate solutions to overcome immorality and promoting moral beliefs in society;
  • Providing basic solutions for transforming the educational systems of the country from memory-oriented to a thinking-oriented system and enhancing the power of judgment, selection and decision-making;
  • Developing and presenting applicable models of philosophy programs for children and adults and training contemplation in school programs;
  • Identifying teaching and training needs in children and adults with respect to factors such as intelligence and talent, and providing the necessary solutions to solve students' problems;
  • Offering novel and functional solutions compatible with domestic culture in order to solve individual and  problems;
  • Providing academic and educational sources required for disciplines such as psychology and education, based on the principle of domesticization of humanities;
  • Providing the required sources for audiences of philosophy programs for children (including instructors, planners, children and teenagers).

Scientific, Research and Educational Activities

  • Holding lectures, conferences and workshops;
  • Publishing the scientific research journal Tafakkor va Koodad (Contemplation and Children);
  • 17 completed projects and 5 ongoing projects;
  • Holding more than 40 workshops;
  • Publishing more than 100 articles.