The Comparison between the Effectiveness of Two Educational Methods of Learning by Summarizing, and Learning through Teaching on the Comprehension Male Students

Safoora Keshavarz; Ali Akbar Seyf; Hadi Bahrami

Volume 2, Issue 8 , January 2020, Pages 7-14

  The present study was conducted to compare the effectiveness of two educational methods of learning by summarizing, and learning through teaching on the comprehension of sixth grade elementary male students. This was an applied study and the research design was experimental with a pre-test and post-test ...  Read More

The Effectiveness of Attention Facilitator-Inhibitor Rehabilitation on Executive Functions and Visual Perception of Children with Learning Disorder on the Basis of Integrated SNP/CHC Model

Maryam Mirzaie Khalilabadi; Mahshid Tajrobeh Kar; Nooshirvan Khezri Moghadam,

Volume 2, Issue 8 , January 2020, Pages 15-24

  Executive functions and visual perception are variables that play important roles in learning and educational improvement. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of attention rehabilitation on executive functions and visual perception of students with learning disorder ...  Read More

Effects of Mental Fatigue on Memory Function of Expert Chess Players

Saeed Ghorbani

Volume 2, Issue 8 , January 2020, Pages 25-33

  Mental fatigue is a factor that may influence performance of chess players. However, effects of mental fatigue on performance of chess players are rarely investigated. Therefore, the aim of this study was to explore the effects of exposure to a mental fatigue protocol on memory function (pattern recall ...  Read More

Teaching Literacy Skills through Multimodal Texts

Marzieh Souzandehfar; Seyyed Mohammad Ali Soozandehfar

Volume 2, Issue 8 , January 2020, Pages 35-44

  Multimodal Discourse is a theory of communication in multimedia. The notion of modes refers to semiotic resources which allow the simultaneous realization of discourses and types of (inter)action. Media are the material resources being used for the production such as music, language, and images. ...  Read More

The Role of Achievement Motivation and Test Anxiety in Predicting Students' Self-handicapping and Procrastination

Leyla Shamsnezhad; Sayyed Davood Hosseininasab; Sholeh Livarjani

Volume 2, Issue 8 , January 2020, Pages 45-52

  The aim of the present study was to determine the role of the achievement motivation and test anxiety in predicting students' self-handicapping and procrastination. The method was descriptive-correlational, and the statistical population included all young students of the University of Applied Sciences ...  Read More

Predictors of Iranian EFL Teachers’ Beliefs about Language Learning / Teaching: Critical Thinking, Reflectivity and Emotional Intelligence in Focus

Mehdi Dehghayedi; Mohammad Sadegh Bagheri

Volume 2, Issue 8 , January 2020, Pages 55-71

  This study examined the relationship between EFL teachers’ emotional intelligence, critical thinking, and reflectivity and their language learning as well as teaching beliefs. It investigated how well each of the variables can predict EFL teachers’ language learning beliefs and its respective ...  Read More

The Relationship between Executive Functions and Self-Regulated Academic Learning Regarding the Mediating Role of Metacognition and Working Memory among University Students

Azam Aghdar; Sirous Allipour; Manijeh Shehni Yeilagh

Volume 2, Issue 8 , January 2020, Pages 73-82

  Today, education experts mostly aim to detect significant causal variables leading to students’ achievements in educational settings. The present study aimed to investigate the relationship between executive functions and self-regulated academic learning regarding the mediating role of metacognition ...  Read More