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The Effectiveness of Teaching Questioning Skills to Teachers on Critical Thinking of High School Students

Kamran Ganji; Abolghasem Yaqoubi; Reza Lotfali

Volume 9, Issue 27 , April 2013, Pages 2-26

  The aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of teaching questioning skills to teachers on critical thinking of male high school students. The design of the research was quasi-experimental, involving pretest-posttest and control group. The population consisted of all male high school students ...  Read More

The Relationship between Perfectionism and Cognitive Styles in Female High School Students in Karaj City

Alireza Kakavand; Zahra Lebadi; Shokraneh Zare’i

Volume 9, Issue 27 , April 2013, Pages 29-49

  The aim of the research was to examine the relationship between perfectionism and multiple cognitive styles including constructive thinking, emotional coping, behavioral coping, superstitious thinking, categorical thinking, esoteric thinking, and naive optimism. In this study, 330 female high school ...  Read More

A Study of the Effect of Teaching (Cognitive and Metacognitive) Self-Regulation Strategies on High School Students’ Motivational Beliefs (Educational Motivation, Self-Efficacy, Test Anxiety)

Nahid Mohammadi Darvish Baqal; Hamidreza Hatami; Hassan Asadzadeh; Hassan Ahadi

Volume 9, Issue 27 , April 2013, Pages 50-64

  The present study aims to promote the students’ motivational beliefs with an emphasis on the role of self-regulation strategies. The type of research was quasi-experimental. 56 subjects were selected from among the female first-grade high school students in Islamshahr and were randomly assigned ...  Read More

The Effect of Anger and Cognitive Styles on Decision Making Process with the Mediating Role of Metacognitive Dispositions: An integrated Model in Decision Making

Bahram Jowkar; Mehdi Rahimi

Volume 9, Issue 27 , April 2013, Pages 68-96

  The present study aims to investigate the mechanism of decision making process from the hot cognition perspective. The effect of anger, as an emotion (with cognitive profile),as well as cognitive styles (need for cognition, structure, and certainty), as a motivational parameter, on analytical decision ...  Read More

The Relation between Homework Value and Test Anxiety: Study of Mediating Role of Goal Orientation

Fariborz Dortaj

Volume 9, Issue 27 , April 2013, Pages 98-111

  Test anxiety is related to academic performance and if sever, it damages performance and leads to academic failure. The homework value as an important factor in academic achievement can affect test anxiety by goal orientation. This research aims at evaluating the direct and indirect effect of homework ...  Read More

A Study of Effect of Multiple-Intelligence-Based Instruction on Learning Progress and Attitude towards General English Course

Ali Abdi; Habib Soleymani; Bijan Rezai

Volume 9, Issue 27 , April 2013, Pages 114-133

  The present study aims to investigate the effect of Multiple-Intelligence-Based Instruction (MI) on learning process and attitude towards General English course among students of Islamic Azad University of Kermanshah in the second semester of the educational year 2010-2011. 61 male and female students ...  Read More

An analysis of Acceptance of Curriculum Innovations in the Higher Education System: A Case Study of the Iranian Universities Curriculum Revision Bylaw

Mahboubeh Khosravi; Kourosh Fat'hi Vajargah; Hassan Maleki; Darioush Norouzi

Volume 9, Issue 27 , April 2013, Pages 136-168

  The present study presents an appropriate model for examining curriculum innovations and provides pathology of innovation in different models of curriculum innovation. This research aims to investigate curriculum innovations at the stage they are implemented. For this purpose, the factors effective on ...  Read More