Emerging educational technologies
The effect of dynamic computer-based scaffolding on the effectiveness of virtual in-service teacher training

Z. Rashidi; M.R. Nili Ahmadabadi; E. Zaraii Zavaraki; A. Delavar

Volume 17, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 589-606


  Background and Objectives: Teachers are considered as one of the most important and vital elements of virtual in-service training, and supporting them is one of the basic elements in the virtual training system. Supporting teachers in the virtual learning environment is one of the key factors in the ...  Read More

Technology-based learning environments
Analysis of reflective assessment and its application in architectural education among teachers

M. Hosseini; S.B. Hosseini; F. Mozaffar

Volume 17, Issue 2 , April 2023, , Pages 343-356


  Background and Objectives: Reflective learning has been studied in various studies. Reflecting while learning architecture alongside practice helps the student to evaluate and refine the design idea, and this round-trip process is mostly repeated. The application of reflective learning in the field of ...  Read More

Education technology - Teacher training
The Effect of Learning Community of Teachers on Integrating Technology in their Classroom

M. Rahimi; M. pourjamshidi; A. Momenirad

Volume 16, Issue 4 , October 2022, , Pages 661-680


  Background and Objectives: Integrating technology in the classroom is one of the essential competencies of teachers in the age of information and communication technology. Achieving new learning standards and meeting the learners’ needs in the present century depends on this competence. One of ...  Read More

Electronic learning- virtual
The role of psychological empowerment in the relationship between ambidextrous leadership, teachers' job satisfaction, and stress in virtual education

S. Norollahee; M. Nazarzadeh Zare; M Mousavi

Volume 16, Issue 3 , July 2022, , Pages 511-524


  Background and Objectives: The outbreak of the Coronavirus posed a serious crisis to commercial and educational organizations and institutions. In the face of such a crisis, the transition from face-to-face to virtual education was one of the strategies of educational institutions, especially schools, ...  Read More

The relationship of teachers' Information literacy with the attitude to e-learning in the period of Covid-19 pandemic

S. Kadkhoda; N. Nastiezaie

Volume 16, Issue 1 , January 2022, , Pages 135-146


  Background and Objectives: After the declaration of a state of emergency caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in late 2019, countries took measures to control the pandemic, such as full quarantine or the implementation of social distance. One of the action measures taken in the field of education by many ...  Read More

A Phenomenological study of teachers’ lived experiences on the challenges of holding in-service training courses by Ministry of Education

A. Habibi Azar; J. Keyhan; B. Talebi

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2021, , Pages 743-756


  Background and Objectives: Qualified and experienced teachers with high professional and educational ability are very necessary and vital for quality education. In this regard, professional development programs with lifelong and continuous training courses in various formats, including in-service training ...  Read More

Educational Technology
A phenomenological study of the process of ICT-competence of Iranian teachers with the purpose of presenting a native model

A. Habibi-Azar; J. Keyhan; B. Talebi

Volume 14, Issue 4 , October 2020, , Pages 847-866


  Background and Objectives: Research findings about the application of information and communication technologies in classroom has shown that despite the efforts had been done and the large amount of costs spent for empowering teachers' computer skills, but these activities have not been able to create ...  Read More

Teacher Education
The Investigation of students' mistakes in simplifying algebraic expressions, and finding the source of these mistakes from the viewpoint of Mathematics teachers

N. Faramarzpoor; M.R. Fadaii

Volume 14, Issue 4 , October 2020, , Pages 959-970


  Background and Objectives: Mathematics is one of the courses that is contained in the curriculum for students in all fields. One of the concerns of educators and math teachers is that middle school mathematics students have many problems when faced with algebraic topics. In Iran, all students need to ...  Read More

competency of teachers
Teachers’ technology literacy in Iran’s national curriculum on education and training in work and technology

A. Kohestani Nejad Tari; Z. Abazari; Z. Mirhoseini

Volume 12, Issue 2 , April 2018, , Pages 149-159


  Background and Objectives:Technology is changing rapidly, and as new technologies are created, existing technologies are being improved and developed. The technologies of the 21st century have brought possibilities to mankind, and the advances that have taken place surround human life today from all ...  Read More

Electronic learning- virtual
Future teacher; change in roles and tasks in the digital environments based on the Connectivism theory

N. Barari; A. Moeini; M. Rezaei Zadeh; H. Abbas Kasani

Volume 11, Issue 2 , April 2017, , Pages 161-170


  The aim of this study is to investigate and redefine the role of the teacher in new environments and rich in technology in accordance with the view of the Connectivism theorists. The research approach is qualitative and the research method is based on Mayring’s qualitative content analysis. The ...  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

Education technology - Teacher training
An Investigation of the Teachers’ Attitudes toward the Usage of Educational Technologies in the Teaching Process

A. Zakeri; S. Rashid Haji Khajehloo; H. Afraee; Sh. Zangoee

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2012, , Pages 73-79


  The use of modern educational technology has become increasingly common during the recent years. In this study we try to investigate the teachers’ attitudes toward the use of modern educational technology in the classroom. The participants were 330 teachers randomly selected from a population of ...  Read More

Education technology - Teacher training
Identify and Ranke Effective Barriers of Non-Use Information Communication Technology from View of Teachers

M. Atashak; P. Mahzadeh

Volume 5, Issue 1 , January 2011, , Pages 29-36


  The aim of this paper is studying and ranking effective barriers of un-using information and communication technology from view of teachers.  In order to, the questioner makes by researcher was distributed among teachers in Tehran. The results show that most important barriers of un-using information ...  Read More