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Recognition of the concept of "Situation" in contemporary approaches to values education

Davoud Hoseinpour Sabagh; Mohammad Reza Sharafi; Jamileh Alamolhoda; Hosein Souzanchi

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 1-26


  Introduction the term "values education" applies to all aspects of the process of education, which either explicitly or implicitly relate to ethical and axiological dimensions of life and are such that can be structured, guided, And monitored with appropriate educational methods and tools. But in ...  Read More

Designing and Validating a Conceptual Model for the Evaluation of Teachers' Professional Competencies in Iran

Mahdieh Sadat Vaghoor Kashani; Gholam Reza Haji Hossein Nejad; Nematollah Moosapour; Issa Ebrahim Zadeh

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 27-50


  Introduction Quality education depends heavily on committed, learned, and expert teachers. The most important way to ascertain the existence of teachers' competencies is to develop a system for evaluating them. The purpose of this research was to design and validate a conceptual model for evaluating ...  Read More

Identifying the competencies of nursery school administrators

Leila Valizadeh; Hamid Rahimian; Abbas Abbaspour; Ali Khorsandi Taaskouh; Ghodsi Ahghar

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 51-70


  Introduction: The purpose of this research was to identify and analyze the competences of the managers of child care centers. In recent years,childhood and its significance have been addressed by scientists from all fields of science and have shown the impact of care quality and education of early childhood ...  Read More

The effects of argumentation training in online peer feedback environment on process and outcomes of learning

Omid Noroozi; Javad Hatami; Saeed Latifi; Hashem Fardanesh

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 71-88


  IntroductionPeer feedback is one of the promising educational strategy to improve students’ argumentative essay writing. However, resently, researchs have indicated that imlicit approach (Scripts and prompts) in online peer feedback environment improved student’s academic writing skills, ...  Read More

The casual relationship between school climate and educational facilities with job engagement directly and with the mediator of emotional intelligence and achieved motivation of teachers in the city of Ramshir

Morteza Omidian; Ayoub Jaberi; Manijeh Shehni Yailagh

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 89-108


  Job engagement has been considered as a source of commitment and professional passion in recent years. Because of the positive effects of this variable on the teachers' proficiency, its predictors have particular importance. Focusing on individual predictors such as types of intelligence, motivation, ...  Read More

Design and validation a model for reinforcing ' critical thinking skills in online learning environments

Ghodratolah Khalifeh; Hashem Fardanesh; Javad Hatami; Ebrahim Talaee

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 109-130


  Introduction Regarding the affordances of an online learning environments, it is expected that such environments facilitate teaching and learning processes and increase higher-order thinking skills, especially critical thinking skills. However, evidence suggests that many of online learning courses ...  Read More

Analytical Investigating The Four Dimensions Of Technological Mediation of Flipped Learning in Postphenomenology approach

Akram Shooshtari; Saeed Zarghami Hamrah; Yahya Ghaedi; Mohammad Attaran

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 131-154


  Introduction At the center of postphenomenological thinking is the technological intermediary. Don Ihde’s typology of human-world relationships-embodiment, hermeneutic, alterity, and background—provides a methodology dealing with how technologies shape and reshape both “humans” ...  Read More

The ability to predict students' perceived feedback based on the constructivist learning environment

Amir Masnavi; Seyed Abbas Razavi

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 155-176


  Introduction. This Study to aim was conducted to investigation to prediction students perceived feedbach basedon the constractivist learning context in a correlation design. Method The purpose of this study was to investigate students' perceived feedback and its predictability based on components of ...  Read More

Validating students' lifelong learning competencies scale in digital age

Mohsen Ayati; Sorya Roudi Aliabadi; Mohammad Ali Rostaminezhad

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 177-196


  Introduction Knowledge is changing and there are many changes in science and technology, so citizens must be updated and upgrade their knowledge and skills. Today lifelong learning is based on competence that has attracted the attention of the learning community. Students' lifelong learning competency ...  Read More

Recognition of Children's Visual Preferences to Promote Creativity Using Card Sorting Technique

Mohammad Ghomeishi; Mahrouz Sadati

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 197-216


  Introduction The beginning of cultivating of many human abilities is in childhood; so is the beginning of developing the power of creativity and innovation is period. Studies on the behavior of children indicate that open spaces and gardens can play a significant role in the health and development of ...  Read More

Identifying and Explaining the Factors Affecting the employee voice behavior in Universities

Mohammad Faegh Mohammadi; Siroos Ghanbari

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 217-238


  introduction Identifying the Factors Affecting the employee voice behavior in Western Universities of Iran Employee engagement and collaboration in the organization is one of the most important development and productivity strategies. Changes in management style and theories are due to the attention ...  Read More

Identifying Components and providing a Model of Ethical Leadership in the university (Study: Islamic Azad University)

Ziba Besharat; Badri Shahtalebi Hossein Abadi; Narges Saeedian Khorasgani

Volume 26, Issue 2 , December 2019, Pages 239-256


  Introduction The existence of moral dilemmas are one of the most important reasons why organizations have been implementing ethical leadership; therefore, ethical leadership is one of the major concerns and issues of today's organizations, to the extent that scientific flourishing, industrial progress, ...  Read More