Effectiveness of Metacognitive Learning Strategies in Working Memory among University Students

Fatemeh Farazandeh; Seyed Jalal Younesi; Hajar Tarverdizadeh

Volume 6, Issue 23 , October 2023, , Pages 52-59


  The present study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of metacognitive learning strategies in working memory among university students. This quasi-experimental research adopted a pretest-posttest control group design with follow-up. The statistical population included 268 students at Applied Sciences ...  Read More

Investigating the Music and Melodic Teaching Impacts on the Math Learning Progress of Elementary School Students

Majid Akhshabi; Yeganeh Moradi; Fariborz Dortaj

Volume 5, Issue 17 , May 2022, , Pages 33-39


  Inventing and applying motivational, highly efficient, and engaging strategies for teaching elementary school students is a concern that has always occupied the minds of teachers and experts in this field. Meanwhile, using music as an easy and accessible, low-cost, and popular solution in creating and ...  Read More

Problem-based E-learning on students’ learning and academic efficacy during the COVID-19 pandemic

Mehdi Badali; Parvin Mirzaei; Nazanin Shafieifar; Hoda Assadi

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022, , Pages 63-70


  In early 2020, the coronavirus outbreak compelled higher education institutions worldwide to cancel campus-based teaching and conduct a variety of electronic learning which led to assessment of the quality of e-learning and its results, such as learning and self-efficacy. Thus, this study aimed to determine ...  Read More

The Relationship between The Hidden Curriculum Components and The Affective Attitudes of High School Students' Learning

Yaghoob Raissi Ahvan; Ali Akbar Shaykhei Fini; hosain zainalipour

Volume 4, Issue 14 , August 2021, , Pages 15-25


  The present study aimed to explore the relationship between the hidden curriculum components and the affective attitudes of students' learning in high schools and to create a better learning and educational setting. The research adopted a quantitative method using a cross-sectional survey. The population ...  Read More

The Effect of Cognitive Style Training on the Improvements of Students’ Learning and Social Self-efficacy

َAli Bagherian; Reza Saberi; Saeed Ahmad Khosravi

Volume 4, Issue 13 , May 2021, , Pages 66-72


  Cognitive strategies and also social self-efficacy are the most important learning tools that are essential and influential components of student performance. Considering this, the present study aims to investigate the effectiveness of cognitive style training on the improvement of learning and social ...  Read More

An Investigation into Iranian Non-English PhD Students’ Perceptions Regarding Learning as an Educational Consequence of EPT

Mahbubeh Rezaeian; Seyyed Hassan Seyyedrezaei; Ghasem Barani; Zari Sadat Seyyedrezaei

Volume 3, Issue 10 , August 2020, , Pages 71-80


  It appears that English Proficiency Test (EPT) as a high stake test plays a key role in addressing many aspects of the educational system and individuals' lives. This paper aimed to represent Iranian non-English PhD students’ perceptions regarding their learning and testing preferences, and to ...  Read More