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Mr Arash Shahbaziyankhonig, Mr Omid Hasani,
Volume 4, Issue 35 (9-2017)

The present study aimed to investigate the role of test anxiety components and alexithymia in the academic burnout of students. The method of this study was descriptive and correlational. The statistical population consisted of all male and female students studying at Azarbaijan Shahid Madani University in the 2016-2017 academic year that based on Krejcie and Morgan table, 355 students were selected by multistage cluster sampling method. Toronto Alexithymia Scale (Bagby et al, 1994), Test of anxiety (Friedman, 1997) and Maslach Burnout Inventory-Student Survey (Shaufeli et al, 2002) formed the basis for data gathering. Data were analyzed using software SPSS 16 and statistical tests Pearson correlation and multiple regression (stepwise). The results showed that there was a positive significant relationship between the components of test anxiety and alexithymia with academic burnout (P<0/01). Also, multiple regression results showed that from among the components of test anxiety, cognitive error component and from among the components of alexithymia, component difficulty in identifying feelings they could predict section of the variance scores academic burnout. Given the close relationship between these three parameters together, it is necessary that this relation be considered in any curriculum planning and affairs reform.

Nasrin Mohammadhasani,
Volume 7, Issue 41 (10-2020)

Eye-tracking technology has attracted researchers' attention for many years as a tool for finding objective data from cognitive processes. The present study, with the aim to investigate the applications of the mentioned technology in conducting research in the field of learning used systematic review method to analyze performed research from 2010- 2020. A total of 24 articles were analyzed after applying the inclusion and exclusion criteria. The results showed that among the eye tracker measurement scales, the researchers used eye fixation and duration of gaze in most learning studies. In addition, the results showed that studying visual attention during cognitive processing, examining the transition between textual and visual information, and comparing the strategies of successful reading, decision-making, problem solving and information processing modeling are the applications of eye movements in learning studies. According of the results, eye-tracking tool provides researchers with the opportunity to link learning outcomes to cognitive processes, which has implications for designing learning environments.

Dr. Sedigheh Ahmadi, Dr. Nasrin Mohammadhasani,
Volume 9, Issue 43 (12-2021)

The present study aimed to design, validate and evaluate the effectiveness of children's sexual educational multinedia on the knowledge of parents and educators with a quasi-experimental method in three phases: design and develop of multimedia, validation and effectiveness evaluation. The statistical population of the validation phase was 10 experts in the field of multimedia and consulting who judged the content and quality of the design using a researcher-made checklist based on the items of the Clear Communication Index tool. The statistical population of the third phase was parents and educators in Tehran city. Using available sampling method, 70 people were selected and randomly assigned to the two groups. The research tool was a researcher-made test of sexual education knowledge. The results of one-sample t-test showed that the children's sexual multimedia has the necessary validity according to experts (sig: 0.000, t: 23/319) and has a significant effect on the knowledge of parents and educators (T: 3.602, sig: 0.001). The production process of this instructional package, while having implications for designing health-oriented content, can play a significant role in raising the level of awareness of parents and educators.

Dr Rafigh Hasani, - Sheno Safayee,
Volume 10, Issue 44 (4-2022)

The aim of this study was to identify students' lived experiences of online tests in a SHAD network. The nature of this research was qualitatively phenomenological. Accordingly, the researchers in the present study tried to analyze the students' experience of online tests in the context of a SHAD network. The research field consisted of all first grade high school students in Sanandaj. Participants included girl and boy students in districts one and two of Sanandaj city, amounting to 112 junior high school students. The data of the present study were collected through semi-structured interviews individually and online. The available data were analyzed using the crystallization method. From the analysis of the obtained data including 15 organizing themes including positive attitude; Negative attitude; To be neutral; Software and hardware problems and support; Causing stress and anxiety; Low level learning; Creating opportunities for widespread fraud; Testing skills, variety of questions and easy review; Low score credit validity; Face-to-face preference online; Lack of student observation; Whenever and wherever the online test is; New and sometimes not so good experiences; Safeguarding against endangering health and preventing the formation of equal and healthy competition. In general, the results of the present study emphasize the need to identify the disadvantages and advantages of online exams, the need for culture building, empowering teachers and students in cyberspace and reviewing the method of conducting online exams and learning and improving students' academic performance through online exams.

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