Electronic learning- virtual
Explaining the elements of the higher education curriculum based on variety of educational interactions in the virtual learning environment

E. Mirzaei; M. Alinejad; B. Daneshmand

Articles in Press, Corrected Proof, Available Online from 22 February 2024


  Background and Objectives: Electronic learning is one of the characteristics of educational courses in this century. In all training courses, especially in virtual learning environments, interaction can increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the training process. Also, the careful and thoughtful ...  Read More

Developing and Validating the Mooc-based Curriculum Scale in Higher Education

M. Abedini baltork; E. Salehi omran; N. Kolbadinezhad

Volume 17, Issue 1 , January 2023, , Pages 51-68


  Background and Objectives: Massive open online courses as one of the latest educational technologies have caused fundamental and quality changes to educational processes at the level of different universities and it's expanding rapidly. Mooc entails an online learning environment that is considered as ...  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

Education technology - Teacher training
Designing a Creativity-based Curriculum Model for Student Teachers: a Grounded Theory

A. Rahbar; S.M. Imam Jome; A. Hosseini Dehshiri; A. Asareh

Volume 17, Issue 1 , January 2023, , Pages 121-138


  Background and Objectives: Teacher training, as the most important pillar of education, is responsible for training student teachers to enter the serious job of teaching. Creativity is one of the important issues among researchers, especially educational specialists, which should always be investigated ...  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

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

Books evaluation
Pathology of Technology Curriculum in secondary School: Qualitative Study

Z. Abolhasani; M. Dehghani

Volume 14, Issue 2 , April 2020, , Pages 261-272


  Background and ObjectiveS: The field of training and learning of work and technology is one of the eleven areas included in the national curriculum and includes the acquisition of practical skills for a productive life and the acquisition of competencies related to technology related sciences. One of ...  Read More

Education technology -training course
Phenomenological study of determining the basic skills of work and technology curriculum

M. Maleki; M.J. Liaghatdar; M.R. Nili

Volume 14, Issue 2 , April 2020, , Pages 369-381


  Background and Objectives: Today, vocational education is a part of the school curriculum that is more about preparing students for life and employment in the society. This training can be the main part of the curriculum with a part of as the requirements for graduation or the fulfilment of other courses. ...  Read More

Curriculum Planning
Exploration and Explanation of the Rationale of Project-Based Curriculum

M. Yousefi; A. Assareh; A. Hoseini Khah

Volume 13, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 565-580


  Background and Objective:Reflecting on different societies and despite the claim of progress in the fields of education, technology, society, etc., there are still many problems in human relations, civil relations and inefficiency of individuals. With this explanation, the question arises as to whether ...  Read More

Curriculum Planning
On the evaluation of the math curriculum of 10 grade of high school from the view point of the math teachers

G.A. Ahmady; H. Sheikholeslami; A. Assareh; E. Reyhani

Volume 13, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 327-339


  Background and Objective:The role of mathematics in various fields of science and technology and its usefulness in improving human life has been so effective and irreplaceable that it has been called the mother of sciences. Therefore, the development and improvement of mathematics curricula has always ...  Read More

Educational Robotics
The nature and rationale of the robotic curriculum in elementary school

R. Mansouri Gargar; A. Hoseini Khah; M. Alemi; Z. Niknam

Volume 13, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 351-369


  Background and Objective:As widespread changes have occurred in the community, the use of technology has also expanded. To effectively prepare for and cope with evolving of this century we need to design and develop special curricula. Educational robotics is an advanced technology that requires special ...  Read More

Modern Educational Approaches
The effect of green chemistry education based on practical activity on learning and attitude of pre-service chemistry teachers

S. Mirzaei; A. Anaraki Firooz; R. Abdullah Mirzaie

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 213-225


  Background and Objective:Chemistry plays a fundamental role in human civilization and its place in economics, politics and life is becoming more and more prominent and covers a wide range of chemical products such as drugs, dyes, fertilizers, etc. However, the environmental damage caused by it is a major ...  Read More

Educational Technology
Evaluation of the master curriculum of educational technology in viewpoint graduate student

M. Rahmanpourt; M.J. Liaghatdar; F. Sharifian; M. Rezaee

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 226-233


  Background and Objective:Every educational institution and every learner must adapt to the environment for growth and development and have the necessary skills to meet the changing needs of the society. This has special conditions in higher education and among students and graduates, and they are always ...  Read More

Mathematics Education
A comparative study of mathematics role in architectural education at domestic and foreign Universities

E. Mohammadzadeh Chineh; H. Soltanzadeh

Volume 12, Issue 4 , October 2018, , Pages 289-301


  Background and Objectives:Architecture training is to enable students to create three-dimensional spaces for human activities or to provide a better environment for human societies. Today, a wide range of different activities in the fields of skills, industry, creativity, knowledge, wisdom, are under ...  Read More

Electronic learning- virtual
Application of fuzzy system in assessment of practical courses: Developing an educational multimedia

F. Jafarkhani

Volume 12, Issue 3 , July 2018, , Pages 249-256


  Background and Objectives:To motivate learners to learn, their needs for security, belonging, and respect must be met, and they must be encouraged to make cognitive and developmental choices. In many ways, the only effective way to achieve this goal is to set up an education in which all learners feel ...  Read More

Curriculum Planning
Designing the curriculum e-content for sustainable development education in higher education system- a qualitative approach

S. Zare; H. Zeinalipour; E. Zaree; M. Mohammadi

Volume 12, Issue 1 , January 2018, , Pages 79-93


  Background and Objectives:Today, with the development of new information and communication technologies, business methods, daily activities, communication with others, access to information and in general, all elements of human life have undergone a great change. These technologies are mainly aimed at ...  Read More

A Model for Compilation of Teacher’s Guidance Book in TVET Curriculum

A. Khallaghi; G.H. Ahmadi

Volume 8, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 207-220


  Abstract: This paper aims to provide a framework for preparing the teachers’ guide for technical and vocational education teachers. Teachers are usually committed to execute the formal curriculum provided by the center of curriculum development in a centralized education system. To design a comprehensive ...  Read More

A Study of Meeting Curriculum Content the Workplace Needs from the Viewpoint of Employers and Educators in Wood Industry Discipline in Vocational Education and Training Print

M. Farhangi; M. Ghofrani; A. KHalaghi

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2013, , Pages 87-95


  Ministry of Education established vocational education and training at high school level to provide skilled workers for different sections of industry. To understand the extent to which vocational schools provide truly competent workforce and meet the industry needs، its curriculum content and educational ...  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