Learning Environment
The study of the affordances of children learning in urban and rural environments, Mashhad and Shirvan Provinces

E. Zarghami; S. M. Behrooz

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2021, , Pages 801-814


  Background and Objective: Interdisciplinary scientific perspectives define learning as part of the individual’s process of shaping physiology, morphology and behavior within the boundary of organism’s biological nature, to adjust the environment, which in premodren childhood occurs through ...  Read More

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Studying the quality of teaching the course of the Introduction to architectural design (2) at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Tehran

E. Kazemi; H. sattari sarebangoli; R. Mohammadzade; A. Gharibpur

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2021, , Pages 815-835


  Background and Objectives: The importance of the process of teaching the basics of the architechtural design is obvious. Accordingly, before teaching the architectural design courses, it is suggested to take the architectural design courses, so that the students become familiar with the components required ...  Read More

Learning Environment
The investigation of effect of physical variables of the class window on students’ mental focus reconstruction

S. Heidari; H. Moztarzadeh; H. Azemati; M. Taghipour

Volume 15, Issue 3 , July 2021, , Pages 545-554


  Background and Objectives: Since students’ mental focus is one of the main conditions for learning and academic achievement, investigation of the factors that can help restoring this factor in students, is very important. In the meantime, it seems that in addition to the student’s individual ...  Read More

Learning Environment
Teaching the design of residential architecture based on affordances

S. Bitaraf; M. Kameli; B. Saleh sedg poor

Volume 15, Issue 3 , July 2021, , Pages 567-578


  Background and Objectives: Due to the spatial-content development in domains of knowledge, it is necessary to pay attention to the new approaches to education by emphasizing opportunities and limitations. Therefore, in this paper providing an appropriate educational model compatible with an affordance-based ...  Read More

Learning Environment
Comparative study between the educational and worship areas in the mosque-schools during Timurid and Safavid era

H. Hayaty; M. Behdarvand

Volume 15, Issue 3 , July 2021, , Pages 591-610


  Background and Objectives: The mosque schools were the social, political, and religious centers considered as a refuge for the turbulent urban life in the Islamic countries. To teach religious affairs in a religious environment, the theocratic regimes in Iran began to construct a new building called ...  Read More

Learning Environment
The ontological basics of perfectionism in designing educational sites

H. Azemati; B. Saleh Sedghpour; M. S. Taher Tolou Del; Z. Sadoughi

Volume 15, Issue 1 , January 2021, , Pages 139-152


  Background and Objectives: The ultimate goal of education is the learner’s growth. Therefore, the main concern of the architects in this field is the educational environment design in accordance with the high goals of educational system. In this study, relying on the opinions of Islamic thinkers ...  Read More

Learning Environment
Effective components on the promotion of sense of community in high school educational spaces

M. Arghiani

Volume 15, Issue 1 , January 2021, , Pages 153-164


  Background and Objectives: Creating a sense of community provides desirable conditions for students' moral, social and physical development. Understanding this sense of community has received growing attention of researchers in various fields. Sociology stresses the sense of people’s belonging ...  Read More

Learning Environment
Flexibility methods in update of architecture and school educational approaches

M. Zandieh; P. Hessai; A. Zandieh

Volume 15, Issue 1 , January 2021, , Pages 181-190


  Background and Objectives: With globalization and being in the direction of various intellectual currents, architectural design as an influential factor has changed in the process. The architecture of schools needs to be changed due to the changes in the educational system and the growing needs of students ...  Read More

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Design indicators affecting the student’s place attachment in open spaces of schools from the perspective of experts in architecture

F. Ebrahimzadeh; Fatemeh Mehdizadeh Saradj; S. Norouzian Maleki; S. Piri

Volume 15, Issue 1 , January 2021, , Pages 191-205


  Background and Objectives: Changes in lifestyle have led to the gradual disconnection of children from nature and open spaces and schools are one of the most important spaces for re-establishing  this connection; because it is the second place where children spend a lot of time after home and most ...  Read More

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Identify and prioritize effective factors in welcoming short courses of weaving carpet in the municipality's cultural centers of Tehran

F. Kamiab Kahran; M. Tabatabaee; M. Asadi Farsani; M. Ahmad Khani

Volume 14, Issue 4 , October 2020, , Pages 981-990


  Background and Objectives: In handicraft literature, the art of handmade carpets is about what is woven and threaded by hand. Two thousand years of Iranian culture and civilization and all the technical chievements of Iranians in the field of handicrafts are summarized in the carpet (weaving carpet), ...  Read More

Learning Environment
The development and validation of teaching- learning process instrument in smart schools in educational system of the Islamic Republic of Iran

J. Jahani; R. Mazaheri; Mehdi Mohamadi; M Shafiei

Volume 14, Issue 3 , July 2020, , Pages 493-505


  Background and Objectives:The purpose of the present descriptive-survey study is development and validation of teaching - learning process instrument in smart schools in educational system of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Methods: The research tool i.e. the researcher-made questionnaire was designed ...  Read More

Learning Environment
Investigating the relationship between satisfaction of environmental factors and students' academic achievement

Hadi Keshmiri; Khatereh Sajjadi

Volume 14, Issue 3 , July 2020, , Pages 533-540


  Background and Objectives: Satisfaction with the environment is one of the human aspirations, in the other words, satisfaction is an ideal concept that provides an appropriate context for empowering individuals and socializing them in order to participate and interfere in their affairs and ultimately ...  Read More

Learning Environment
An exploration on the responsibility to social adequacy in adolescent learning environments affected by the type of design experience based on the biophilic attitude

F. Rajabipour; M. Delshad siahkali

Volume 14, Issue 3 , July 2020, , Pages 723-738


  What is considered as a serious concern in the contemporary urban system is the widening gap between man and natural systems. The extreme density of buildings has brought about interaction with technology instead of interaction with nature, and lack of interest in environmental concerns for the urbanite ...  Read More

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Concept of education and its effects on architecture of mosque-schools in qajars era

H. Hayaty; F. Gholami

Volume 13, Issue 4 , October 2019, , Pages 743-761


  Background and Objective:Education is one of the most important issues in any society and has a decisive role in promoting the level of knowledge of individuals and the growth of culture in that society. In the past, the duty and responsibility of schools was mostly religious education. Schools were ...  Read More

Learning Environment
The effect of quality of closed educational space on the amount of user sense of community

M. Arghiyani; seyed abass agha yazdanfar; M. Feizi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , October 2019, , Pages 931-944


  Background and Objective:Given the basic needs of humans in various social, emotional, intellectual and physical aspects, the current learning environment is far from reaching the living and active space, the place to encounter, experience, and so on. various studies show that collective sense has the ...  Read More

Learning Environment
Automatic recognition of retinal diseases using mathematical models of image processing, based on multilayer-dictionary learning

A. Montazeri; M. Shamsi; R. Dianat

Volume 13, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 234-248


  Background and Objective:Image processing is one of the most important issues in the field of artificial intelligence, which is used in various industrial, medical, military, and security systems. One of the most important applications of image processing is the extraction of different types of classification ...  Read More

Learning Environment
Natural Learning; an Observational Study of Children Behavior In Kavikonj Nature School

S.M. Behrooz; E. Zarghami

Volume 13, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 249-262


  Background and Objective:The child's healthy development is the path to achieving the necessary abilities to guide him to adulthood and participation in the mature life of the society. Child development includes biological, psychological, and emotional changes that occur from birth to adolescence. Neuronal ...  Read More

Learning Environment
Characteristics and elements of primary school open space’s design based on EI in learning process from professional’s perspective

H.S. Shams Dolatabadi; F. Mozaffar; N. Malek; B. Saleh Sedghpour

Volume 13, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 274-283


  Background and Objective:The school yard plays an important role in the formation of the student's personality by providing opportunities for various activities, especially in the early stages of the formation of their social abilities. Creating a sense of belonging to the school can have a significant ...  Read More

Learning Environment
The Effect of Optimal Design of the Learning Space on Creativity Promoting

Y. Movahedi

Volume 13, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 379-385


  Background and Objective:Creativity, is one of the great features of human thinking. One of the creative support strategies in cognitive education and increasing creativity is designing educational space. The educational space designed to enhance creativity should provide students with the opportunity ...  Read More

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Identification of valuable natural factors by the VPS Method from children’s points of view, in order to provide a framework for organizing the school yard space

N. Ahmadpour Samani; A. Farsi Mohammadipour; S.M. Behrooz

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 1-14


  Background and Objective: Addressing the issue of identifying elements of the nature are important to children and increase children's creativity. In such a way that these elements can be presented in a general framework so that designers and architects can rely on them, the most important concepts and ...  Read More