Teaching patterns are subordinate to philosophical systems and the latest evolved version of Islamic philosophy is Sadrā’i wisdom. The purpose of this article was to design a model that is in line with the philosophical foundations of Sadrā’i wisdom for designing a teaching model in managing and organizing students' information and cognition. Hence, it answers the question of how to design a cognitive teaching model based on Sadrā’i wisdom. The response was obtained from the basics of Sadrā’i wisdom using the method of deducing the educational implications. The findings indicate that the goals of such a model are cognitive interaction with the world, establishing a coherent cognitive system, and cognitive stability, and the teacher during the data collection and classification process, creation of the concept of data, and retention and retrieval of data in teaching, achieves these goals. The teacher also acts as a learning facilitator, a collective learning cohesion factor, a learning continuum factor, and a facilitator of the student's transition from stage to stage.
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