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Alireza Ghasemizad, Minoo Makki,
Volume 6, Issue 38 (3-2019)

The present study investigates the problems of student participation in research activities in Farhangiyan University. The research method was descriptive – survey. The research instrument, interviews and a questionnaire were designed. In the interview, purposeful sampling; theoretical saturation and for gathering data from questionnaire, simple random method was used. Construct and content validity and cronbach's alpha were used to assess validity and reliability which alpha coefficient was 0.91. By using exploratory factor analysis, five components of commitment, requirements, motivation, performance, interest were identified   as components of students' participation hinders in research activities. The confirmatory factor analysis by using AMOS software also was confirmed good fitness of the model. Friedman test showed that requirements and structure has first and last priority respectively. Finally; Students and faculty members offered some solutions to participate theme in research activities including the development and strengthening of libraries & laboratories and access to informational resources. 

Aseyeh Yari, Mr Ghasem Ghasemi, Saeid Talebi,
Volume 6, Issue 39 (12-2019)

The purpose of this study was to present a causal model of rumination relationships with exam preparation with the mediating role of mindfulness and academic disinterest in students. The statistical population of this study consisted of second high school students of Shiraz who were randomly selected from the four districts of the four districts and were selected by the relative stratified sampling method and the Krejcie and Morgan sample size of 361 students. Solomon and Ruth Bloom's (1984) academic work, Hoxma's and Morrow's (1991) rumination, the Freiburg Mindfulness (FMI-SF) short form 14-question and school burnout Salmella-Arrow et al. (2009) were used. The results showed that rumination had a direct and positive effect on academic disinterest and academic disinterest on exam preparation, and rumination had a direct and negative effect on mindfulness, mindfulness, and cognitive flexibility. Comparing the two groups of girls and boys also showed that in the girls' model, the effect of rumination on mindfulness and academic disinterest was also greater than the effect of mindfulness on disinterest and preparing for exam than boys and the effect of academic disinterest on preparing for The exam was the same for the boys and girls. The results generally indicated that mindfulness had a direct and negative impact on exam preparation, rumination, and academic disinterest.

Mr Mehdi Ghasemipour Fakhrabad, Phd Hossein Momeni Mehmoui, Phd Said Timori, Torj Falah,
Volume 11, Issue 45 (12-2022)

The purpose of this research is to investigate the current pattern of using information and communication technology (ICT) in exceptional schools. This research was conducted with a qualitative approach and a data-based method. The statistical population includes all agents involved in the use of Fava in exceptional schools, who were selected through purposeful criterion-based sampling. The data is obtained through semi-structured interviews with fifteen teachers of special schools, five school principals and three middle managers of Mashhad Special Education Department. In order to analyze the data, open, axial and selective coding method was used. Lincoln and Cuban criteria were used to ensure validity and reliability. The results of the research show twenty-six key concepts that, in the form of a paradigm model, include lack of planning and a non-specialist view of the use of FAVA in exceptional schools as a central category and causal conditions (skill weakness, attitude weakness, financial and infrastructural challenges) ), contextual factors (management factors of exceptional schools and environmental-contextual factors), facilitating intervention conditions (training and professional development of teachers, needs assessment, support), restrictive intervention conditions ( Organizational and environmental challenges, political interference and individual and executive obstacles), strategies (renewing the approach to curriculum planning, designing a strategic plan in the field of FAVA application, guidance and quality orientation) and consequences (decrease in efficiency and effectiveness) of the organization. .
Mr Seyed Alireza Ghasemi, Dr Mohsen Ayati, Mr Mahdi Salarsadeghi, Mr Mohammad Alipour, Mrs Minoo Miri,
Volume 12, Issue 46 (9-2023)

The purpose of the current research was to identify and investigate the challenges of sex education and in a systematic way by searching keywords including challenge, problem and problem along with the word sex education or sex education in reliable scientific databases including: Google Scholar, PubMed, Taylor & Francis Online, Springer, Eric, Science direct, Elsevier, Scopus, SID and Magiran, in the period from January 2018 to October 2022 in English journals and also from April 2016 to March 1401 in Persian journals. Finally, 9 Persian articles and 6 English articles were reviewed. The most important challenges obtained were educational and content challenges, policy challenges  and upstream documents, family challenges, individual and social challenges, as well as the challenge of training an efficient workforce. Therefore, in line with sexual education, a comprehensive and strategic program should be designed and compiled by an expert curriculum planning team, and then, in accordance with it, training human resources specialized in this field should be carried out.
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