عنوان مقاله [English]
Lack of attention to global knowledge and developments, the absence of inclusive participation of academics and criticism of curriculum have caused concerns among policymakers in educational systems. In addition, social responsibility is an important indicator of social capital, which is of special importance in higher education. The goal of this study was to explain effective factors in skills curriculum based on social responsibility. In this applied research, through descriptive-analytical and survey methods, a questionnaire was randomly distributed among 216 influential managers and policymakers in skills curriculum based on social responsibility to collect data based on Cochran's formula. Analysis via SPSS and SMARTPLS software showed that out of fifty-two items in the questionnaire, factor analysis revealed eleven factors affecting the curriculum. According to the obtained coefficients, the most important items were curriculum assessment system (0.243), appropriate discourse in curriculum (0.204) as well as curriculum definition, importance and necessity (1.96). In fitting the measurement models, Cronbach's alpha reliability coefficient of each factor was >0.7 and the combined reliability coefficient was also >0.7. The mean of extracted variances for convergent validity analysis was >0.4 with SRMR equal to 0.072, which is an acceptable value for the model.