Objective: This study aimed at designing a native-Islamic model of media literacy based on the evolutional documents of education in the formal and public education system of Iran in 1399 SH. Method: Using the library and documentary study method in qualitative research methods, a comparative study of the experiences of leading countries in the field of media literacy, and an analytical study of educational documents of education were conducted. The research population included documents and information on media literacy in the three leading countries of Canada, Japan, and Australia, as well as the educational evolution documents including the document of the theoretical foundations of fundamental change, the document of a fundamental change of education, and other supporting documents including documentation of space supply subsystems, equipment and technology, national curriculum, financial resources, research, guidance and management, and teacher training. This study used the purposive sampling method and to analyze the information, comparative study methods and inductive content analysis were used. Findings: The research findings indicate the conceptualization of media literacy in redefining all dimensions (principles, definition, characteristics, approach, and perspective). Accordingly, the model of media literacy was designed on the basis of the values and foundations of monotheistic worldview, with an emphasis on the position of the divine caliph, rationalism, responsibility, acquiring knowledge, limitation of cognition, emphasis on purified life (based on individual and collective growth), hierarchical nature of purified life, educational justice, emphasis on benefaction and forgiveness, emphasis on promoting the aesthetic dimension in all components. One of the most important features of this model is the approach and perspective of "Position recognition and improving position in the media space" and "continuous development and excellence of learners' media identity", which has not been considered in other models of media literacy.
Conclusion: Therefore, by designing such a conceptual model, all media literacy processes in the country find a native-Islamic direction and get rid of fragmentation and confusion.