Explanation of What and How Does “Norouz Holiday and Story Design” Effect on the Creativity of Elementary Students in Iranian Educational System
Of the goal of this study is to investigate the effect of Norouz Holiday on students’ prospers. Norouz Holiday in Iran and the surrounding countries is the beginning of the New Year. Therefore, in the present research, the main question is: What is “Norouz Holiday and Story Design” and how does it effect on the creativity of the students? The findings show that the removal of Norouz courier and replacement with Norouz Holiday and Story Design are an effective step in the growth of students' creativity. The strategy of fundamental transformation document emphasizes the creation of mechanisms to strengthen Islamic-Iranian lifestyle and mores in all areas of education. Also, the results showed that the Norouz Holiday and Story Design has been made students to have other peace with book which is purposeful and valuable. It also brings familiarity with different ethnicities and their lifestyle that simultaneously fosters the creativity of students and has left students unwilling to entertain norouz's homework assignments.
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