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Zahra Zare, Farhad Balash, Batul Shiralizadeh,
Volume 10, Issue 2 (10-2022)

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of the "Brain-Based Learning" teaching method on the level of learning biology in students' cognitive, skill and emotional domains. The method of this research is quasi-experimental with two groups of control and experimental. The statistical population includes 11th-grade female students in Tehran's 13th district in the 2019-2020 academic year. A total of 52 individuals from the statistical population were selected by the purposive sampling method and randomly assigned to two groups. The instruments for measuring the variables were the researcher-made cognitive-skill test and the researcher-made attitude questionnaire. The validity of the researcher-made instrument was determined using the opinions of expert teachers and their reliability was determined by retesting. Statistical tests (t-test, Mann-Whitney, and Chi-square index) were used by SPSS26 to evaluate and analyze the hypotheses. The results showed that teaching in a "brain - based learning" method compared to the usual method increased students' scores in cognitive and skill areas and improved their attitudes in emotional domain in Biology lesson at a statistical level of 5% (P>0.05). These results demonstrate the role and importance of brain-compatible teaching methods in learning.

, Dr Fakhteh Mahini,
Volume 11, Issue 1 (5-2023)

The present study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of possibility language teaching on cognitive avoidance and philosophical thinking of gifted schoolgirls. This study was an experimental study with pre-test-post-test design and control group. The statistical population of the study consisted of 388 female students of gifted schools in Golestan province.To determine the sample size, according to Krejcie-Morgan table and random sampling method, 185 people were selected for initial screening and answered the cognitive avoidance and philosophical thinking questionnaires.Forty-five people had high cognitive avoidance and low philosophical thinking, of which 30 were selected by simple random sampling and divided into experimental and control groups. The experimental group underwent language training for 10 sessions weekly and online through Shad Education Network (25 minutes per session).Covariance statistical method was used to analyze the research data.The results showed that there was a significant difference between the post-test means of the experimental and control groups; This means that the possibility of language teaching reduced the rate of cognitive avoidance and increased the philosophical thinking of students in gifted schools in Golestan province.
Miss Maryam Rajabiyan Dehzireh, Sir Maryam Maghami, Sir Seyyed Mohammad Amin Hoseini,
Volume 11, Issue 3 (12-2023)

The aim of this study was to examine the impact of interactive simulation on students perceived motivational climate and emotional self-awareness. The research method was quasi-experimental and of the type of pre-test-post-test designs with the control group. The statistical community of the present study was all the fourth elementary students of the 12th District of Tehran in the academic year 2022-2021, 60 of whom (30 of the test group and 30 of the control group) were selected as samples by the available sampling method. The experimental group trained using PhET simulation and the traditional control group in six one-hour sessions. The pre-test-the post-test of the two groups was performed using the questionnaire. Research tools included the sarmed perceived motivational climate questionnaire (2011) and Kauer et al emotional self-awareness (2012). The analysis of the research data was done with a multivariate covariance analysis test. The findings of the study showed that interactive simulation influenced the perceived motivational climate and emotional self-awareness in students (P<0/001). Interactive simulation on the components of perceived motivational climate (teacher-led learning, follow-up of comparison by students, concerns about mistakes, willingness to compare learners by teacher) had an impact (P<0/001). Interactive simulation influenced the components of emotional self-awareness (recognition, identification, conversion, problem solving) (P<0/001). As a result, a variety of educational simulations can be used to teach learners in other subjects and study districts.

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