Educational Technology - Blended Learning
Holistic framework for evaluation of ICT Integration in elementary school curriculum: Findings of Mixed Research

A. Hossiny; M.R. Yousefzadeh; F. Seraji

Volume 17, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 655-670

  Background and Objectives: The mission of the education system is to transform students into citizens of the information society, according to technological developments that can use the facilities and platforms created in education to guide and direct daily activities and solve different problems appropriately. ...  Read More

Educational technology- primary school
Features of media literacy education curriculum in the second primary

S. Ansari; F. Seraji; M. Yousefzadeh

Volume 17, Issue 1 , January 2023, , Pages 103-120

  Background and Objectives: Given the importance of media literacy education to children in the curricula of many schools around the world and the gaps in media literacy education in Iran as well as the emphasis of various studies on using learning-based methods based on information-processing models ...  Read More

Designing Curriculum Model for Using Informal learning based on Authorized Social Networks toward Teacher Candidates Professional Development

S. Hamedinasab; M. Ayati; M. Rostaminejad; F. Seraji

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2021, , Pages 723-742

  Background and Objectives: In recent years, social networking sites and software have become one of the most influential phenomena among new technologies. Student-teacher learning and their professional development also take place in this context, both formally and informally. In this regard, the purpose ...  Read More

The study of teachers’ motives and usage of social networks

F. Seraji; R. Malmir; H. Abbasi kasani

Volume 15, Issue 2 , April 2021, , Pages 261-275

  Background and Objectives: Users enter social networks with different motives and their participation in social networks is also different from each other. Having different goals and motives, teachers as users of social networks choose various ways to participate in these networks. So, laying emphasis ...  Read More

Investigating learning theories in social networks; providing a theoretical framework for curriculum design

S. Hamedinasab; M. Ayati; M.َA. Rostaminejad; F. Seraji

Volume 14, Issue 4 , October 2020, , Pages 749-764

  Background and Objectives: To use social media effectively, we need to identify and apply the implications of supportive theories using social media. Different learning theories provide a variety of interpretations of learning. Different learning theories lead to diverse orientations and outcomes in ...  Read More

competency of teachers
Comparison of ICT based teaching competencies in smart and traditional schools teachers

F. Seraji; M. Rostami

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2017, , Pages 63-72

  The main goal of this study was to Comparison of Teachers’ Familiarity rate with Technology- Based Teaching Competencies in Smart and Traditional Schools in hamedan in academic year of 2014-2015 and used Survey research method. From (N=437) female teachers based on random stratified sampling 103 ...  Read More