Architecture
1. Investigating the effect of the yard's environmental quality components on student’s aggressive behavior (Case study: Students of elementary school)

malihe taghipour; aliakbar heidari; Khatereh Sajjadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 June 2019

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2019.4510.2078

Abstract
  One of today's social issues is the expansion of behavioral abnormalities in children, which is reflected in aggressive behaviors. Prevention of such behaviors is one of the most important priorities of families and educational institutions. Schools as the first social institution, plays a significant ...  Read More

Architecture
2. Increasing primary school students’ connectedness based on spatial affordances of the schools

H. Pour mehdi Ghayem Maghami

Volume 14, Issue 2 , Spring 2020, , Pages 273-289

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2019.4419.2063

Abstract
  Background and Objectives:The "sense of belonging" in architecture is formed in the interaction between man and the environment in environmental psychology and environmental design. By generalizing the concept of belonging based on Dehkhoda’s dictionary, one of the aspects of the sense of belonging ...  Read More

Architecture
3. Conceptual sketch Representation of Architectural Students' Personality (Student Case Study of Bu-Ali Sina University)

M. Wahdattalab; M. Kaboudi

Volume 14, Issue 2 , Spring 2020, , Pages 303-314

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2019.5164.2180

Abstract
  Background and Objectives: Visual representations in the form of manuscripts are the most important tools for expressing ideas and generating concepts for designers and architecture students. Its wide application is always considered by designers due to the simplicity of tools and speed of expression. ...  Read More

Architecture
4. Measuring the Effective Components on Promoting Sense of Attachment in the Educational Space (Case Study: Bojnord High Schools)

M. Arghiani; H. Vahdani charze khun

Volume 14, Issue 2 , Spring 2020, , Pages 315-329

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2019.4681.2101

Abstract
  Background and Objectives: In contemporary times, the concept of attachment to place has found considerable differences. Social scientists are heavily involved in the concepts of place and attachment to place. What happens to people's emotional connection to a place in a dynamic society? At the ...  Read More

Architecture
5. Architectural design of schools with an emphasis on the motivation of Gardner's multiple intelligences

P. Hessari; A. Mohtasham; A. Farzandost

Volume 14, Issue 2 , Spring 2020, , Pages 341-353

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2019.4682.2102

Abstract
  Background and Objective: Schools, as the first formal and targeted educational and training center with predetermined managerial and managerial methods, play an important role in identifying individual talents. Talents that, if properly identified, can be the right path to the goals of a person's ...  Read More

Architecture
6. Understanding effective elements on increasing meaning levels received by students and their relationship with their ideal condition

N. Gheshlaghi; Sh. Mirshahzadeh; Sh. Toghyani; Sh. Azizi

Volume 14, Issue 2 , Spring 2020, , Pages 415-429

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2019.4407.2061

Abstract
  Background and Objectives: Educational spaces, which take up a large part of students' daily time, are not created merely to meet educational needs, but should include the various aspects of student interaction and the physical environment that give rise to a sense of belonging to the school. This feeling ...  Read More

Architecture
7. Identifying the components of school physical environment with participatory learning approach (Case study: Boys’ middle schools of Tabriz)

F. Abbaszadeh Diz; H. Rashid Kolvir; A. Rezaeisharif

Volume 14, Issue 2 , Spring 2020, , Pages 455-465

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2019.4600.2091

Abstract
  Background and Objectives: One of the important and influential issues of research is recognizing the components of the physical environment of schools as learning process can be influenced by the physical environment of the school. Paying attention to the architectural features of school buildings, ...  Read More

Architecture
8. Super- perspective: A perspective drawing method based on visual expression techniques in the old architecture

M.A. Banihashemi; H. Beyti

Volume 14, Issue 2 , Spring 2020, , Pages 467-476

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2019.4983.2175

Abstract
  Background and Objectives:Visual expression techniques play an important role in providing technical information in the design process of architecture, but this way of expressing the image that is common in the West is not in accordance with our past architectural look. The perception of space in past ...  Read More

Architecture
9. Functional measurement of a supplementary teaching system based on augmented reality technology for the course “building mechanical services and utilities” in architecture

Sh. Valadi; S. Alitajer; H. Khotanlou

Volume 14, Issue 1 , Winter 2020, , Pages 181-188

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2018.3867.1950

Abstract
  Background and Objective:The advancement of information technology in the field of portable technologies has made it possible to develop omnipresent learning. Mobile learning (learning everywhere) is a new learning environment in which the learner is placed in a real-world scenario, with access to online ...  Read More

Architecture
10. Evaluating the success of architecture education in Iran in promoting creativity and creative imagination of students, Case Study: Malayer University

Kh. Daneshjoo; A. Hosseini Alamdari; M. Moeinipour

Volume 14, Issue 1 , Winter 2020, , Pages 189-197

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2018.3861.1952

Abstract
  Background and Objective:In the process of design development, it is the duty of the architect to find appropriate answers to design issues based on his experience and knowledge to provide the design goals considering diverse criteria. Therefore, the ability to create new and unknown solutions to issues, ...  Read More

Architecture
11. Recognition of the Role of Nature in Educational Spaces

F. Mozafar; F. Mahdizade Seraj; S.S. Mirmoradi

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2019, , Pages 271-280

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2009.1334

Abstract
  With changes in lifestyle, children’s daily experience is separating the natural world. Can be said of children and nature connection in today’s world is a failure and one of the most important places for re-establishing this connection are schools. What it said in this article is various ...  Read More

Architecture
12. Cellular Automatation Model, A New Approach in Urban Growth Simulation

R. Rezazadeh; M. Mir Ahmadi

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2019, , Pages 281-289

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2009.1335

Abstract
  Modeling and simulation of urban growth could be a good means for explaining the mutual relationship between the man made and natural environment, in order to assist planning decision makers in their decisions in complex situations. A cellular automaton is an effective method in explanation of urban ...  Read More

Architecture
13. Educated Reducing the effect of GA parameters on optimization of Topology and cross section for truss structures using Multi-Search Method

M.H. Talebpour; V.R. Kalatjari

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2019, , Pages 291-306

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2009.1336

Abstract
  Although GA optimization is among optimization methods, the method may not be successfully employed in all cases due to slow down in process and some other unknown parameters including the number of generations, cross over ratio, mutation ratio, and the selection process which cause local optimized points. ...  Read More

Architecture
14. Construction and Validation and Standardization of the Questionnaire for Socialization in the traditional Iranian Bazaar with approaching to learn of traditional architecture

J. Mahdinezhad; B. Ssaleh Sedghpour; R. Najjari

Volume 13, Issue 3 , Summer 2019, , Pages 536-549

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2019.3761.1936

Abstract
  Background and Objective:In tracing the recent crises of contemporary architecture, one of the roots of this crisis is the lack of attention and learning from traditional architecture in the educational system. Architecture education in Iran has been codified in the form of uniform programs, which has ...  Read More

Architecture
15. Principles of university open spaces design based on vitality model and promotion of training

S. Azemati; F. Mozaffar; B. Saleh Sedgh Pour; S.B. Hosseini

Volume 12, Issue 2 , Spring 2018, , Pages 161-170

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/jte.2018.3160.1801

Abstract
  Background and Objectives:Today, the issue of teaching and learning patterns and group activities is one of the issues of interest in areas related to education in universities. How to achieve teaching-learning patterns has gained a special place among experts. In recent years, due to the increasing ...  Read More

Architecture
16. Recognition of effective variables on physical safety in elementary school

H.R. Azemati; S. Norouzian Maleki; N. Khan Vali

Volume 10, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, , Pages 1-10

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2015.434

Abstract
  One of the most important steps in planning the design of educational facilities, is attention to the physical safety of these spaces, especially in elementary schools. For this reason, the priority in the designing  is safety of the child and then due to the flexibility of the environment and tools, ...  Read More

Architecture
17. Recognition of the Historical-Evolutionary Typology Educational Method of the Moratoria School in Residential Complex Studio

Gh. Memarian; S.M. Hashemi Toghroljerdi; M. Hamzeh Nejad

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2013, , Pages 147-159

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2012.211

Abstract
  In recent decades, the need for interdisciplinary research in architectural education has become more evident. Meanwhile, designers implement objective and subjective interpretations for solving architectural problems. Therefore, the recognition of the conscious and unconscious mind of the architect ...  Read More

Architecture
18. Spatial Aspects of Public Areas Affecting the Researchers Creativity and Innovation in an Architecture and Urban Design Research Center Print

M. Bisadi; F. Mozafar; B. Hosseini

Volume 7, Issue 2 , Spring 2013, , Pages 137-147

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2013.333

Abstract
  Nowadays، creativity and innovation، particularly in the field of research، are of an extreme importance. Group activities have a key role in this area. Accordingly، and owing to the effect of spaces on human beings، this paper has focused on the identification of space aspects that increase the ...  Read More

Architecture
19. Modelling the Measure and Effect of Window Physical Variables on Daylighting in Tehran Guidance Schools

S.M. Mofidi Shemirani; Sh. Pournaseri

Volume 5, Issue 4 , Autumn 2012, , Pages 241-256

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2011.228

Abstract
  : Lighting Quality is one of the most effective factorson student’s performances. In respect of visual quality, high performance schools have valuable educational spaces and theses spaces creation is possible with proper design.The aim of present Article is to achive to the measure and effect process ...  Read More

Architecture
20. A Qualitative Approach in Theoretical Training of Architecture: ‘The Review of Reflections on Architecture’ and ‘Sense of Place’

A. Sadoughi; Gh. Memarian; S.M. Fatemi; H. Kamali pour

Volume 5, Issue 3 , Summer 2012, , Pages 133-143

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2011.232

Abstract
  : Theoretical trainings, especially in the fields of art & architecture in graduate programs, have lead to basic theories of experts in different branches of these disciplines that are often instructed in a linear and unidirectional knowledge order in the classrooms. The qualitative approach which ...  Read More

Architecture
21. Application of narration in architecture education

S. Nazi; A. Keshtkar Ghalati; R. Parvizi

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Winter 2011, , Pages 37-48

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2010.311

Abstract
  Narration in education by using all the elements of narrative literature is one of the active teaching methods. This method has already been used in teaching children and adolescents, but research about the application of method in different branches of academic education, such as engineering, medicine ...  Read More

Architecture
22. Designing Patterns of Children Educational Spaces Based on Creativity Model

M. Shafaie; R. Madani

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Spring 2010, , Pages 117-124

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2010.1348

Abstract
  In recent years, a significant population of children in Iran is caused a special attention towards the problem of educational spaces for children. Unfortunately in Iran, most schools and child care spaces are established in non-educational buildings (such as houses). Emphasizing on the advantages of ...  Read More

Architecture
23. Today’s Architecture Education and the Future Concerns

Y. Gorji Mahlabani

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Spring 2010, , Pages 125-136

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2010.1349

Abstract
  Nowadays, the concern about the future of architecture education has been growing. It seems that the existing models of teaching and practicing architecture may not be appropriate to address the challenges of tomorrow. Not only has there been little consideration of the future of architecture but even ...  Read More

Architecture
24. "Visual Analogy" and its Position in Creative Education of Architectural Design

M. Khakzand; F. Mozafar; M. Feizi; M. Azimi

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2010, , Pages 63-72

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2009.1343

Abstract
  : This paper describes "Drawing Analogies", a shape based reminding program that uses freehand sketches to index and retrieve visual references for creative architectural designing.Architecture students and professional designers often employ reference images from books, magazines and other visual collections ...  Read More

Architecture
25. Determining the Stress Intensity Factor in a Cracked Plate Under Tensile Stresses using the Finite Element Method

B. Hassani; A. Ganjali; M. Emdadi

Volume 3, Issue 3 , Summer 2009, , Pages 181-192

http://dx.doi.org/10.22061/tej.2009.1326

Abstract
  : Numerical methods, especially the Finite Element method, are increasingly being used for solving different problems. Due to fact that these methods are approximate, having a good understanding and judgment about the errors and their distribution is very important. Hence education of users of engineering ...  Read More