An Investigating the effect of Iranian studies course on increasing the motivation of Tehran International High School students to travel in Iran

Authors

  • Zahra Shiran Senior expert in tourism planning and development, Isfahan University of Arts
  • Zahra Kasiri Senior expert in tourism planning and development, Isfahan University of Arts
  • Azadeh Rasouli Senior expert in tourism planning and development, Isfahan University of Arts
  • Moharram Forouzandeh Senior expert in public administration, Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch, Tehran, Vice Principal of High School

Abstract

Tourism is a dynamic science that drives and motivates the education of many sciences, especially humanities and cultural affairs. One of the characteristics of this industry is Iranian studies, which due to the beginning of its teaching in Tehran International School, is an attempt to investigate the effect of teaching this subject on the motivation of high school students to Iranian studies and to identify the priorities of them about travel in Iran. This research was conducted in the international and Adaptive high school of Tehran and the data collection tool was an interview form and a questionnaire. The research method is quantitative-qualitative and the results of data analysis show that Iranian and non-Iranian students were most popular in food tourism and visiting historical attractions. From their point of view, they pay attention to tangible heritage such as historical sites and museums. Intangible heritage such as food, clothing and handicrafts should be prioritized.

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Published

2023-08-27

How to Cite

Shiran, Z., Kasiri, Z., Rasouli, A., & Forouzandeh, M. (2023). An Investigating the effect of Iranian studies course on increasing the motivation of Tehran International High School students to travel in Iran . International Journal of New Findings in Health and Educational Sciences (IJHES), 1(3), 56–66. Retrieved from https://ijhespub.org/index.php/pub/article/view/40

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