عنوان مقاله [English]
Background& Objective: Puberty happens through physical and psychological challenges, and considering the critical role of puberty as the influencer of human’s future personality, health and social connections, it’s necessary to apply on time, multidimensional, culture- based education in this age. Studies have shown lack of awareness in adolescents about puberty physical and psychological health; and lack of comprehensive puberty education program. The purpose of this study is to provide Islamic and culture- based education material and also methods of different aspect of presentation.
Method: This review study was held by desk research methods. Physical and psychological health academic sources and Islamic books and articles were searched.
Result: Results shows puberty education can be held in three stages; giving awareness, notion internalization and behavior regulation. Also Islamic and cultural educational methods such as how to start an education, the role of an instructor and the content of education program, were found helpful.
Conclusion: Depth and helpfulness of Islamic and cultural sources; especially in case of maturity, puberty and youth, necessitates designing a multidimensional educational program concerning puberty’s vast dimensions; such as physical, psychological and social growth; through window of Islam and Iranian culture.
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