The lived experiences of students from educational justice in virtual education

E. Jafari; N. Homayooni Bakhshayesh; J. Alamolhoda

Volume 15, Issue 2 , April 2021, , Pages 222-238


  Background and Objectives: Nowadays, virtual education has become one of the most important applications of information and communication technologies in the world and extensive activities have been started in this field. This can be one of the favorite options to fill the educational gaps, in the unavailability ...  Read More

Explaining the Situation and the Role of Information and Communication Technology in the teaching-Learning Process Based on the Research Synthesis of Contemporary Studies

S. Abdolmaleki; M. Khosravi; M. Torkaman Asadi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , October 2019, , Pages 956-968


  Background and Objective:The introduction of ICT in education has revolutionized traditional styles and challenged learning theories. The achievements of such a presence have led to virtual classrooms, smart universities, virtual universities and e-learning in general. In fact, communication in the world ...  Read More

Educational Technology
Meta-analysis of the role of the application of ICT in teaching and learning process on students learning outcomes

M. Moeinikia; A. Zahed Babelan; E. Aryani Ghizghapan; Z. Bigdeli

Volume 13, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 687-699


  brought another technology called information and communication technology (ICT). This technology has a much wider impact capacity, compared to previous technologies, and in the field of education, by being affected by this new capacity, beneficial developments can be made in the pillars of the relevant ...  Read More

Modern Educational Approaches
The comparison of command teaching style with reciprocal teaching style on the performance and learning of Basketball shoot based on Gentile’s Model

S. Goharrokhi; A. Saberi Kakhki; M. Sohrabi; M. Jabbari Noughabi

Volume 13, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 713-719


  Background and Objective:Specialists in education divide teaching methods into two main categories: traditional methods and active teaching methods. In traditional methods, the teacher is versatile and students are passive and accepting, and one-way teaching is done by the teacher. Active teaching method ...  Read More

Materials Evaluatio
Analysis of the content of Persian textbooks (teaching Persian language to non-Persian speakers) based on learners' age

Z. Bagheri; J. Rahimian

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 135-144


  Background and Objective Age is an important factor in language learning. Sociologically, members of a language community at different ages have different patterns of behavior that change throughout life and through different stages. Age-related linguistic features may be purely lexical or may be phonetic ...  Read More

Educational Technology - Teacher Education
An Investigation of Iranian Virtual Universities Teachers’ Skills in Teaching These Courses

F. Seraji; R. Movahedi; M. SiahatKhah

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2015, , Pages 245-257


  The main purpose of this research is, an investigation to Iranian virtual university  teachers having rate teaching skills in these courses. Virtual learning teachers need for a variety of teaching skills which are different from the attendance learning environment. Salmons e-moderator (2004) model ...  Read More

Education technology -training course
The Investigation of the Attention of Mathematics Teachers in High School to Mathematics Values in the Classes

L. Jokar; M.R. Fadaee

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2015, , Pages 283-296


  Among the varieties of educational topics, mathematics as an essential subject, is taken under consideration in different aspects, but its abstract quiddity causes that people think mathematics and its classes have no relations with values. In this research while the values in mathematics and its teaching ...  Read More

Electronic learning- virtual
Optimum Usage of PowerPoint Software in Teaching

M. Mazloom

Volume 6, Issue 2 , April 2013, , Pages 127-134


  Many discussions are available about the benefits and drawbacks of PowerPoint software in literature; however, according to the author’s review, there is not any comprehensive research about the optimum percentage of time of the classes for teaching with this software. This paper represents the ...  Read More

philosophy of education
Increasing Feedback Systems for Teaching Enhancement

M.A. Golkar

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2010, , Pages 221-225


  This paper identifies issues that arise from traditional university feedback systems. Traditional university feedback systems are undertaken as annual student surveys in areas including curriculum and teaching which may be conducted by the academic development unit, student union or at faculty or school ...  Read More