عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
The purpose of this paper is to reflect on the requirements in teachers' professional competencies in correspondence to worldwide social, information and communication technology developments and the effect that this development had on the curriculum. If we are trying to reduce the gap between the intended curriculum, the taught curriculum and experienced curriculum, it is necessary to pay attention to the hidden and neglected curriculum in our educational system. Current and emerging social facts and developments in digital world constitute considerable aspects of the hidden and neglected curriculum and effective on three curriculum types mentioned above. Since teachers are the key factor contributing to the success of curriculum, specially intended curriculum, they need the appropriate competencies to make these changes. Understanding these competencies can provide the basis for reflection on teacher training curricula. The methodology of this study is a survey involving a review – analysis and the author has applied her long-term experience as an educator in teacher education domain to enrich the theoretical aspects of study. The main topics of this study are organized in two sections: In the first section, features of curricula influenced by global social and ICT developments are reviewed, and in the second part teachers' professional competencies in accordance with these developments are reviewed. The findings of this study indicate teachers' professional competencies in two areas: professional competencies in accordance with knowledge of curriculum and practice of curriculum, each of which consists of several professional components and are illustrated in the form of a diagram.