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Mohammad Davoudi, Rokhsareh Ghorbani, Mohammadreza Adel, Mohammadreza Amirian,
Volume 5, Issue 37 (11-2018)

this qualitative study sets out to capture Iranian EFL teachers’ perceptions of reflective teaching. In doing so, a semi-structured interview was done with a theoretical sampling comprising 15 EFL teachers. Drawing on a grounded theory method the collected data were analyzed whose results led to the emergence of five categories with reflective teaching understanding as the core category and teaching issues, learner’s issues, teacher-related factors, advantages of, and obstacles to reflective teaching as subcategories. The emerging categories were discussed in the context of language teaching along with some recommendations. The results indicated that the teachers have awareness of reflective teaching and support its priviples. The findings of the present research might be of value to the curriculum developers and course instructors of teacher education programs to design courses.

Fariba Adelzadeh Naeini, Reza Ali Norouzi, Jahanbakhsh Rahmani,
Volume 7, Issue 41 (10-2020)

The general objective of this research is provide a model, including goals, principles, and rational education methods of Farabi's rational education in Theoretical reason. We have benefitted from Frankena's inference method in this research. In the first stage, materials were investigated by qualitative content analysis method and deductive categorization system. With regard to the results obtained from the above methods, the next stage dealt with determining realistic statements. Finally, the objectives, principles and methods of rational education were identified using Frankena's inference method by taking into account Farabi's view on theoretical reason. We have concluded that the ultimate goal of Farabi in rational education is to achieve Allah as the first agent of happiness. In the area of theoretical reason, the intermediary goals of rational education includes the attainment to the existential status of active intellect and the climax of theoretical reason and Mostafad reason, the completion of the stages of reason and access to pure incorporeity and total actuality, attainment to the complete knowledge through the power of the imagination and speech, development of thinking skills in the theoretical. The principles of rational education in the field of theoretical reason are as followings: intrinsic competence, education, guidance, the necessity of education, combining opinion and practice, reasoning and thinking. The methods of rational education in the domain of theoretical reason include learning philosophy, induction, allegory, analogy, modeling, science, artistic creation, wisdom, reasoning and reflection.

Dr Adel Zahed Babalan, Dr Ghaffar Karimianpour,
Volume 9, Issue 43 (12-2021)

The present study aimed to Investigating the Relationship between Attitude to School and School Bonding with the Mediating Role of Academic. The method of research was descriptive correlation with structural equation method (SEM). The statistical population of this study included all included all male high school students in the city of Thalas Babajani who according to Morgan table and using multi-stage cluster sampling method, 200 students were selected as samples. To collect data, McCoach, Siegle Attitude to School questionnaire (2003), khormaei and kamari (2017) academic hope questionnaire and rezaeisharif (2010) school bonding questionnaire was used. The results of data analysis showed that Attitude to School has a direct effect on school bonding (β=0/44), Academic hope has a direct direct effect on school bonding (β=0/49), Attitude to School has a direct direct effect on Academic hope (β=0/59). And Attitude to School through Academic hope on school bonding has an indirect effect (β=0/28).

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