عنوان مقاله [English]
This article examines the historical models of elementary school teacher training in Iran. From the establishment of Darolmoalemin (1297) to the establishment of Farhangian University (1390), models of elementary school teacher training in Iran have been experienced. Identifying these models provides historical experiences of elementary school teacher education to policymakers and those interested in the teacher education system. The research method in this article is historical. The statistical population included all historical documents related to the field of teacher training and purposive sampling method was used for sampling. Samples were selected from documents that contained relevant data and information to answer the research questions. The data collection method is the documentary method and the data analysis method is the historical exploratory method. By examining the historical documents of the teacher education system in Iran, 7 models of primary school teacher education in Iran can be identified. Darolmoalemin, Preliminary University, Teacher help classes, One-year teacher training, Knowledge Corps, Teacher training centers and Farhangian University. This article deals with the historical necessities of the formation of these models, the method of student admission and the curriculum of these models.