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Second Language Learning Strategies: In Pursuit of a Profile for Persian Language

Reza Morad Sahra’i; Sharareh Khaleqizadeh

Volume 8, Issue 26 , January 2013, Pages 3-30

  Conducting an applied research, the authors of this article sought to investigate the strategies applied by foreign students for learning Persian as their second language. Learning strategies are defined by Oxford (1990) as “specific actions taken by the learner to make learning easier, faster, ...  Read More

Students’ Meaningful Learning Model in Laplace Transforms

Elaheh Aminifar; Kobra Bahalu Hore

Volume 8, Issue 26 , January 2013, Pages 36-45

  The present research was conducted to find out the Laplace transforms perception and their relationships in order to teach and assist students to learn in meaningful ways. Students majoring in Science and Engineering at Najafabad Islamic Azad University in academic year 2010–2011 constituted the ...  Read More

Educational Technology Curriculum Revision

Khadijeh Aliabadi

Volume 8, Issue 26 , January 2013, Pages 46-67

  Recent information surge has turned curriculum revision into a vital necessity in all university majors. As academic circles are expected to be among the first entities updating their information, they have no choice but to reconsider and revise their curricula. Educational technology is no exception, ...  Read More

On the Relationship between Academic Self-Regulation, Self-Efficacy, and Homework

Karim Sevari; Abdolkazem Neisi

Volume 8, Issue 26 , January 2013, Pages 70-83

  Research indicates that homework generally has positive effects on students’ academic outcomes. Homework is a teacher-initiated method for directing students to study more effectively on their own in their out-of-school time. Not only does homework serve to convey academic knowledge to students, ...  Read More

A Comparison of Concept Mapping and Integration Method Impacts on Third-Graders of Karaj Elementary Schools

Zohreh Zebarjadian; Mohammad Reza Nili Ahmadabadi

Volume 8, Issue 26 , January 2013, Pages 84-106

  In a quasi-experimental study with two groups of pre-test and post-test design, 45 elementary third-graders of Karaj were selected through convenient sampling method and randomly divided into two experiment and control groups. After pre-test, control and experiment groups received education using integration ...  Read More

The Degree of Correspondence among Intended, Implemented, and Attained Curricula of Social Studies in the First Year of Tehran High Schools

Hassan Malaki; Ali Delavar; Gholam Ali i Ahmad; Mohsen Hajitabar Firouzja’i

Volume 8, Issue 26 , January 2013, Pages 106-154

  The present research aimed to probe into the degree of correspondence among intended, implemented, and attained curricula of social studies in the first year of Tehran high Schools. It was an analytical–descriptive research, and the studied population of the research comprised the members of social ...  Read More

The Impact of Teacher–Student Relationship on Traditional and Cyber Bullying among Female Students of Middle Schools

Mansour Bayrami; Touraj Hashemi; Eskandar Fathi Azar; Parvaneh Ala’i

Volume 8, Issue 26 , January 2013, Pages 152-175

  Bullying is a low-level violence that has been attended lately by educational psychologists and researchers, and has two forms: traditional and cyber bullying. This research was conducted to study the prevalence of bullying and its relation to teacher–student relationship among female adolescents ...  Read More

A Model for Chemistry Students’ Performance on the Basis of Epistemological Beliefs, Perception of Constructivist Learning Environment, and High-Level Cognitive and Motivational Strategies

Kazem Barzegar Bafrou’i; Esma’il Sa’dipour; Soghra Ebrahimi Qavam; Nour Ali Farrokhi

Volume 8, Issue 26 , January 2013, Pages 178-211

  The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of epistemological beliefs and perception of constructivist learning environment on chemistry performance through the mediation of academic self-efficacy and high-level cognitive strategies. Forthispurpose, 646high school students (318 male, 328 ...  Read More

On the Relationship between personality characteristics, motivational beliefs, and learning strategies with students’ academic performance of humanities and basic sciences Students

Akbar Reza’i; Mohsen Khorsha; Hamid Reza Maghami

Volume 8, Issue 26 , January 2013, Pages 212-233

  The purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship of personality characteristics, motivational beliefs, and learning strategies to students’ academic performance. For this purpose, 240 students (male and female) were selected through multi-stage cluster sampling method from among ...  Read More