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Volume 2, Issue 30 (3-2015)

The interest on studying Single-Sex and Coeducational Elementary
Schooling has grown significantly among researchers. Despite this, there
has been no research on this topic in Iran till now. The effects of school
type on academic achievement and social desirability which are among
important variables are examined in this research. The research design is
causal-comparative. The population is taken from students in fifth and
sixth grade from the public elementary schools in the academic year
1391/92 in Shahreiar, Tehran, Iran. The total number of the participants is
279 (half on co-ed and others on single-sex), which were selected by
random cluster sampling method. Results showed that the students from
single-sex schools had higher GPA, compared to the students of co-ed
schools. Also, it was statistically significant that the girls had better social
desirability compared to boys.

Yahya Ghaedi,
Volume 2, Issue 30 (3-2015)

Dr Yasser Rezapour Mirsaleh, Mrs Ezzat Fotouhi Ardakani,
Volume 3, Issue 32 (8-2016)

The main purpose of present study was to comparing of educational-learning environment and academic locus of control between students of Tizhooshan, Nemooneh and Shahed schools. This research was a correlation study that accomplished in a sample of 506 students who selected by randomly sampling. Data were collected by Dundee ready learning-education environment measure (DREEM) and academic locus of control scale (ALCS) and analyzed by one way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and independent t-test. The results show that the significantly difference between students of Tizhooshan and Shahed was only in students’ perception of learning (in favor of Shahed students). In the other dimensions of educational-learning environment and academic locus of control, there was no difference between schools. With regarding of the results can conclude that Tizhooshan schools cannot establish any difference in educational-learning environment and academic locus of control of students.

Fariba Farazi, Massoumeh Esmaeili, Eskandari Eskandari, Mohammad Hatami,
Volume 4, Issue 34 (5-2017)

Parents and children from tender age through adolescence continue to renew relationships with each other. This study aims to show how Training Educational pattern influenced the Parent-Child Relationship subsequent critical thinking. In this study quasi-experimental pretest-posttest control group method was used. Statistical population of all female students in twelfth grade schools in Birjand is intended to achieve the main objective of this study. Pattern group was achieved by using the cluster sampling multistage method. A typical school in the city of Birjand was randomly chosen with a class considered as a sampling unit and finally the samples generated are divided into experimental and control groups. Questionnaire used were based on variables of Parent-child relationship (Fine, Morland and Schwebel,1983), and critical thinking (Ricketts, 2003). Data generated were analyzed through Multivariate covariance  examination. The result indicates that parent-child relationships are improved by Educational pattern. Also it was demonstrated that relationship improvement due to Educational pattern increases children’s critical thinking in the aspect of creativity&  commitment. It should be noted that according to the results besides the improving parent-child relationships due to educational model training, critical thinking dispositions in children is increased as well.

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Volume 5, Issue 37 (11-2018)

The growing presence of girls in higher education is an issue that has attracted attention and has a lot of opponents and proponents. In this article, effects of this event were studied in three dimensions, cultural, social and educational. Research method was descriptive – survey and the population of study was all students and faculty members at Isfahan University, Isfahan University of Technology and Isfahan University of Art. Sampling was classified according to size. Data were collected through a researcher made questionnaire and were analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistics. Findings showed that students and faculty members believe that increase in girl’s admission have more than average effect upon all three dimensions. In according of faculty members view, averages of social and cultural dimensions are higher and in student’s view, average of educational dimension. Finally, considering the pros and cons of the increased acceptance of girls, it is recommended to provide facilities to raise awareness of girls toward life situations to make better decisions.

Abbas Abbaspour, Keivan Moradi,
Volume 6, Issue 38 (3-2019)

Education policy has always been one of the most important factors driving countries toward democratic aspirations, such as justly educational opportunities and civil rights. The policy sociology as a tradition in the analysis of educational policy has provided an unparalleled perspective for analyzing policy issues in the field of education. Despite the importance of such an approach, there is no scientific evidence for the direction of policy studies in the policy sociology in Iran. Therefore, this paper seeks to describe this research tradition, given the lack of rich scientific background in the policy sociology in Persian. Accordingly, the present paper presents the key assumptions of the policy sociology and the policy archaeology as one of the approaches proposed in this research tradition. The research method of this paper is descriptive-analytical and documentary type. This study has shown that the policy sociology is based on seven key assumptions. These assumptions are value based study, political and historical perspective, multidisciplinary study, assemblage, discourse study and qualitative research. This article also discusses how researchers should use policy archaeology to analyze educational policies.

Mohammad Koohi, , ,
Volume 6, Issue 38 (3-2019)

Cycle of scientific research related to self-regulation skills and participation in research requires planning, monitoring and reflection. The aim of this study was to investigate of research self-regulation of post graduate students. The research method was descriptive. The statistical population included all postgraduate students of Ferdowsi university of Mashhad. 275 students were selected from the mentioned population by quota sampling method and answered the research self-regulated questionnaire. The questionnaire was developed based on Zimmermann's self-regulation theory (2002) and its content validity was confirmed by the expert judgment of six psychology and education scholars. Principal component analysis with varimax rotation revealed four factors that explained 41.90% of the variance of the research self-regulation questionnaire. Cronbach's alpha coefficients used for research self-regulation questionnaire (0.93) and motivational beliefs (0.87), research resource management (0.84), Monitoring and Self-reflection (0.84), and Forethought (0.83).The results showed that there was no significant difference between the degrees of education in self-regulation, but there was a significant difference between educational groups that the mean of motivational beliefs and resource management factors of the students of the humanities was higher than the non-human sciences students. Therefore, according to the findings of this study, improving student performance requires teachers’ attention and training, academic curriculum to research self-regulation.
Phd Amir Moradi, Phd Susan Keshavarz, Phd Mohsen Kordlo,
Volume 7, Issue 40 (3-2020)

      Today, with the expansion of the Internet and social media, new educational environments have emerged and expanded the names of social networks which has attracted children and adolescents due to their unique features and capabilities. Because technology is not neutral, children and adolescents with numerous educational opportunities and dilemmas by social networks are faced. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to study the educational bottlenecks of social networks on children and adolescents and providing preventive strategies with emphasizing the educational teachings of the Qur'an and hadiths. The method of this study is qualitative and descriptive-analytic (qualitative content analysis) and inference of practical analogy. Findings of the research showed; educational bottlenecks of social networks on the education of children and adolescents, including breaking the norm (such as breaking the law, violence and aggression, sexual freedom and the promotion of abusive content, the promotion and normalization of the illegitimate relations of girls and boys, promotion of luxury and extreme consumerism, violating some ethical and religious virtues, routine and stereotypes), addiction to social networks and away from god and violation of privacy. Also, culturalize, Promoting Conscious parental supervision, protect privacy, fill leisure time and emphasize the importance of self-esteem and breeding its skills is a suggested solutions which leads to the study of the Qur'an and traditions to reduce the negative effects of our social networks.
D.r Mahboubeh Soleimanpouromran Mahboubeh Soleimanpouromran,
Volume 9, Issue 43 (12-2021)

The purpose of this study was to investigate equal educational opportunities in school quality of life and the feeling of belonging to school with the mediating role of school culture among the teachers of Shirvan secondary schools. The research method was descriptive-correlational and the statistical population consisted of all the teachers of Shirvan girls' schools (291 persons), 165 were selected by simple random sampling. 1) Williams & Button School Quality of Life Questionnaire (1981); School Feelings Questionnaire (Barry, Betty & Watt 2004) and Alexander & Sad School Culture Questionnaire (1997). And its reliability with Cronbach's alpha coefficient for equal educational opportunities / 8126, for 0 quality of school life 0.8786, for school belonging feeling 0.8271, and 8321/0 school culture, respectively. Data were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics (Kolmogorov-Smirnov normal distribution test, Pearson correlation test, linear regression test and structural equations) using SPSS software version 19 and LISREL 18 software. The results showed that there was a significant relationship between variables of equal educational opportunities and school culture and quality of school life and correlation coefficient between educational equality opportunities and quality of school life was 237, respectively. The coefficient of correlation between equal educational opportunities and school culture is 0.221 and the correlation coefficient between school culture and quality of school life is 0.379. There was a significant relationship between the variables of equal educational opportunities and school culture and feeling of belonging to school. Correlation coefficient between educational equality of opportunity and feeling of belonging to school equals 0.403, respectively. Equal education and school culture equals 0.221 and the correlation coefficient between school culture and school belonging is 0.280. In total, these two variables in the second step were able to explain moderately 74.19% of the variance in the feeling of belonging to school. This confirms the mediating role of school culture.

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Volume 9, Issue 43 (12-2021)

The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effect of using educational multimedia in storytelling on increasing the creativity of fourth grade elementary school students in the downtown area of ​​Susangerd in 2019. The statistical population studied in this study was 109 male elementary school students in the downtown area of Susangerd city in the academic year 97-98. The sample size was 85 students according to Cochran formula and 50 students were selected by convenience sampling method and were divided into two groups (25 experimental and group, 25 control group). The semi-experimental research method is pre-test and post-test. The research instrument was the standard Torrance Creativity Testing Questionnaire (1979). The experimental group received 8 sessions of 30-minute storytelling experiment with multimedia teaching tools. The collected data were analyzed by SPSS 24 software. Statistical methods of t-test and U-test were performed. In the above instrument, the coefficient was 95%. The results showed that the use of educational multimedia in storytelling affects the creativity of fourth grade elementary school students in the downtown area, in other words, the use of educational multimedia in storytelling on fluidity, initiative, and flexibility. And it affects the development of students.

Dr. Elham Parvizi, Dr. Zahra Alsadat Ardestani, Dr. Farhad Balash,
Volume 11, Issue 45 (12-2022)

One of the most important challenges facing education is to develop students' health and create a sense of attachment to the educational environment in them, which will lead to an increase in the quality of education and training. Architecture as a container of human behavior has a great impact on this matter. The organs of the building and the relationships that govern them are effective in the process of understanding, recognizing and then the way people respond to the environment. According to studies of mental health and environmental psychology, students quickly feel emotionally uncomfortable when dealing with certain educational spaces and feel homesick. People enter the attachment process faster with places in harmony with subconscious schemas. In this article, emphasizing the need for attachment to place in school design, this question is raised, recognizing cultural schemas in the collective subconscious of students and orienting them to design school architecture can increase students' mental health and promote a sense of attachment to educational places? The research method in this research is qualitative and analytical-descriptive. At first, the materials were collected in the form of library study, collect documents in the field of psychology and unconscious cognition and the stages of perception and cognition by it in the human mind, and then analyzed analytically. As a result, examining how students perceive space is effective in creating qualities such as "familiarity" and "identity." In this article, by looking at the category of the unconscious in the field of mental health and architecture and analyzing the collective unconscious schemas, it emphasizes the mechanism of its effect on how students recognize and interpret semantics. Collective help can help the cognition stage lead to the promotion of attachment to the place properly.

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