فهرست مطالب

  • پیاپی 34 (پاییز 1395)
  • تاریخ انتشار: 1395/08/19
  • تعداد عناوین: 11
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  • Ali Delavar, Said Askari Page 1
    The research you are trying to do is work as a science student of a communications science student and in response to influential components of targeted use of mobile phones. All residents of Tehran were the statistical population of this study. With regard to specific items, the sample size was 250. The most important findings of this research, based on the survey method, indicated that with increasing daily hours of mobile usage, both conventional and unusual social relationships increased slightly, the trust of the media did not change significantly, but the degree of adherence to religion Religious access decreases in uses beyond 10 hours, and media consumption first starts a downtrend, then the trend goes up, and the communication dimension also increases to five to ten hours and decreases in use for over ten hours. In this study, five main hypotheses that emerged from the theoretical framework (combined use of the model in the model) were proposed. The results of the statistical analysis of the data showed the correlation between the variables involved in the use and satisfaction of the mobile phone. Finally, this study contains practical suggestions that can be useful in providing a model for optimal mobile use.
    Keywords: non-mobile phobia, anti-social personality disorder, social capital, cultural capital
  • Mahboube Arefi, Mohammad Ghahramani, Saleh Rashid Haji Khaje Loo, Gholamreza Yadegharzadeh Page 35
    The present study aimed to assess the key criteria affecting the suitability and desirability of faculty members in universities. This research is conducted by survey method and is descriptive-correlation type. The research community, the faculty members of Shahid Beheshti University and the information gathering tool, have developed a researcher questionnaire. Data analysis showed that from the point of view of the faculty members studied, what should be emphasized on the desirability and desirability of replacing the faculty members of universities (favorable situation), among the six criteria, the most emphasis and importance should be on the criteria Educational and the least emphasis on the standard of employment laws and regulations. Organizational, research, economic-financial, and individual-behavioral criteria are considered to be effective measures on the desirability and excellence of faculty members of universities, respectively. The results of multiple regression showed that education alone alone explained about 51.3% of the variance of the desirable variable and the desirability of replacing the faculty members of the universities in the first step. In the next steps, this level of variation was explained by Added organizational criteria, research criteria, economic-financial criteria, individual-behavioral criteria (criteria), rules and regulations of employment, 74.5, 94.29, 97.5, and 98.8 Percentage of changes are explained.
    Keywords: criteria, desirability, desirability, faculty members
  • Elaheh Velayati, Mohammad Reza Nili Ahmadabadi, Ismail Zarei Zavarki, Parviz Sharifi Daramadi, Ismail Sadiopour Page 59
    The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of educational multimedia on the basis of cognitive load theory on learning, retention and motivation of academic achievement of elementary school students in elementary school lessons. The method of this quasiexperimental research was a pre-test-post-test design with control group. In the Shahid Rajaeeye school, there were four classes in the third grade elementary school, randomly selected from two classes. Out of these two open classes, randomly, one class was selected as the experimental group and one class as the control group. Pretest Learning and pre-test The motivation for academic achievement was implemented in both experimental and control groups by the researcher. The main task of teaching in the control group was the responsibility of the class teacher. But for teaching in the experimental group, only the educational software provided by the researcher was used. The post-test, learning and post-test, motivates academic achievement by the researcher. At this stage, the researcher performed the retention test on the students individually for two weeks after the implementation of the test. The results of this research have shown that the use of educational multimedia based on cognitive load theory improves the learning, memory and motivation of academic achievement of mentally retarded students in the science course. Therefore, it is suggested to use educational multimedia based on the theory of cognitive load in teaching science lessons.
    Keywords: Mentality, Cognitive load, Educational multimedia, Learning, Memory
  • Mehrnoush Shojaee, Fariborz Dortaj Page 85
    The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between cognitive learning variables with academic self-governance variables and progressive excitement on university students in Tehran. The statistical population of the sample consisted of 250 undergraduate students (101 boys and 149 girls) who were selected through a sampling method among all undergraduate students at Allameh Tabatabaei University. To collect the data, the Pintrich Cognitive Cognitive Questionnaire, the Packan Progressive Excitement Questionnaire, and Pintrich's and the other's Self-Regulatory Questionnaire were used. SPSS-21 software was used to analyze the statistical data in two descriptive and inferential levels. Inferential statistical results indicated that there is a significant statistical relationship between cognitive involvement as a dependent variable of research and developmental emotions. This significant relationship exists between cognitive involvement and both aspects of the developmental excitement (positive excitement and negative emotions) separately. In this way, cognitive conflict has positive and direct relationship with progressive excitement (r = 0.194) and with negative excitement of progression of negative and inverse relationship (r = -0.469). Also, other results of the study showed that cognitive conflicts with the independent independent variable of research - academic self-governance - had a direct and significant relationship (r = 0.446).
    Keywords: cognitive conflict, emotions of progress, academic selfregulation
  • Rezvan Hakim Zadeh, Majid Ghasemi, Ali Moghadamzadeh Page 109
    The purpose of the present study was to investigate the role of educational intermediary role in the relationship between learning styles and academic performance of students of Tehran University in the academic year of 1994-94. The research method is descriptive (non-experimental) and is a type of correlation and path analysis. To this end, 372 students (115 girls and 257 boys) from technical and engineering sciences and behavioral sciences students who were selected by stratified random sampling, participated in Grasha and Richman learning styles questionnaires and questionnaires. Educational conflict between Khaleghenezhad, Hakim Zadeh and Besharat (1391) answered. The grades of the second semester of study 2014-2014 were used for academic performance of students. The results of path analysis indicated that the proposed model was fitted with research data and that learning styles indirectly influenced academic performance through academic engagement and explained 0.49 of variance in academic performance. Other findings of the study showed that educational conflict had a positive and significant relationship with academic performance. There was a significant relationship between learning styles and academic performance except for dependent style. The direct effect of learning styles on academic performance was confirmed.
    Keywords: Learning styles, Student engagement, Academic achievement, University of Tehran
  • Reza Mohammadi, Maryam Zamani Faraj, Fatemeh Sadeghi Mandiri Page 133
    The present study aims to review and analyze the goals, criteria and processes of evaluation and quality assurance in 17 advanced and experienced countries in this field (including the United States, Canada, Switzerland, Finland, England, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia , South Africa, India, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia). Using descriptiveanalytical research method and comparative study based on the determined components, these are: type of process of quality assurance, compulsory / voluntary process, Process structure (state, semi-governmental and nongovernmental), process stages, supporting documentation, The composition of the evaluation board, the author of the report, the process cycle, the follow-up of the results, the groups interviewed and the evaluation levels. Regarding the application of evaluation criteria and quality assurance, it was found that 11 criteria for professional and educational staff, learners, courses and training programs, teaching, learning and apprenticeships, continuous improvement (quality assurance and development), communication with industry and society, outsourcing And the outcomes, goals and plans, organization, management and leadership, facilities, physical resources and technology, and the support of the Aid Institute in most of the countries studied. The present paper is designed to publish the results of these components and criteria.
    Keywords: higher education, evaluation, quality assurance, practical training
  • Sana Safari, Amir Mohammad Tahmasi Page 181
    In this research, the researcher investigated the relationship between organizational learning and organizational commitment at the National Elite Foundation and the impact of the components of these two concepts. For this purpose, two standard questionnaires of Watkins and Marik for organizational learning and Alan and Meyer questionnaires have been used for organizational commitment. Two questionnaires have been approved according to the expert's opinion and their reliability was 89% according to Cronbach's alpha method, respectively. And 91%. Data were analyzed by SPSS software using descriptive and inferential statistics. In descriptive statistics, statistical characteristics such as mean, fashion, and median, and inferential statistics of multiple regression, Spearman correlation coefficient, single sample T test and path analysis have been used. The results of this study showed that both main dimensions of organizational learning and organizational commitment among respondents are desirable and satisfactory, and there is a direct and significant relationship between organizational learning and organizational commitment. Among the personal characteristics, age and education with organizational learning, history, gender and age have a significant relationship with organizational commitment. In the dimensions of organizational learning, the common perspective aspect has the greatest impact on increasing organizational commitment among organizational commitment dimensions and the dimension of organizational commitment. The continuous learning dimension has the greatest impact on increasing organizational learning of individuals.
    Keywords: Organizational learning, Organizational commitment, National Elite Foundation
  • Javad Khalatbari Page 207
    The main purpose of this research is to examine the job fit in the management of different educational levels of schools and its relation with the performance of managers. The research method in this research is descriptive-correlation type. In this research, the correlation between two attributes of managers (acquiring attribute and managers ability) with job characteristics of job satisfaction has been obtained and then the relationship between job fit and performance has been studied. The population of the population is based on the census method of 50 people, 50 of them They answered the questionnaire. The questionnaire was used to measure two questionnaires of personality types A, B, which had 16 questions and a researcher-made questionnaire had 24 questions. The performance evaluation questionnaire was also used for measuring the performance. The job satisfaction questionnaire was 0.94 and the reliability of the questionnaire was 0.88. Pearson correlation coefficient was used to determine the correlation. The results showed that the fit between the acquiring characteristics of managers and the required characteristics of the job with the performance of managers and the proportion between managerial abilities with the required characteristics of the job and the performance of the managers was confirmed. Personality traits as a moderating variable had no effect on the relationship between the mentioned variables.
    Keywords: job fit, performance, job, ability, personality
  • Atoosa Kalantar Hormazi, Mehdi Vojdani Hemmat Page 221
    This study was designed to predict the educational readiness of children entering the primary school based on the emotional intelligence of their mothers. The study population included mothers with at least a reading and writing literacy with their children who came to the assessment center of their children at the entrance to the primary school of Asad Abad in the summer of 2014 to assess their child's educational readiness. 120 women with these conditions were selected as samples. This research is descriptive and correlational. Measuring tools include: Shot Emotional Intelligence Scale and Children's Academic Readiness Test. Educational readiness tests determine the level of children's performance in the three theological, cognitive-motor and general fields. Pearson correlation coefficient and regression analysis were used to analyze the data. The results showed that the level of verbal, cognitive, and motor performance of children based on maternal emotional intelligence is predictable. Also, the prediction of the verbal level of children's performance based on maternal emotional intelligence is more significant than their cognitive-motor function level.
    Keywords: Academic readiness test, cognitive-motor function, verbal function, overall performance, emotional intelligence
  • Mohammad Reza Belaid, Hassan Ahadi Page 247
    In this research, the general goal of the researchers is to investigate the effect of parenting styles on the aggression of young people aged 18 to 23 years. The variables of this research included: independent variables of parenting styles, dependent variable: aggression and research tools were the parenting and aggression style questionnaire. This research is applied non-experimental and descriptive, scientific and comparative. The results indicate that:There is a correlation between the aggression with the age of young people in democratic, authoritarian, and rational authoritarian families, which is a positive correlation in the descendant's families and negative in democratic families with logical authority.There was a significant difference between the amount of aggression of young people in parenting styles, with a 99% confidence level of parents who used descriptive childbearing practices, their aggression increased, while there was no significant difference between the level of aggression in other families.
    Keywords: parenting, aggression, adolescents