Computer Learning Environment: Application, Implication and Challenge

Tamar Kipiani

Abstract This study is presented in conjunction with the instruction for the integration of self-learning and reflection, knowledge using a computer learning environment to increase understanding of displacement. Provides both types of training, animation experiments and students for prediction View results, view results and explain your ideas. In addition, reflective teaching detected certain disruptions in students’ reasoning and encouraged students to reflect. In these dilemmas as well as the establishment of general principles. We mentioned the effect Teaching about students who believe that scientific phenomena are governed by principles (Cohesive beliefs) against students who believed that science was a set of communications ” Facts ” (dispersed beliefs). Students typically use several models of displacement Various explanations depending on the evaluation. After reviewing, we discovered that students with human beliefs not only retain their understanding of displacement volume, however, when exposed to the integration instruction reflects, in fact. It continued to build more predictive perspectives on the guidelines. In contrast, students with instead of long-term development, beliefs are independent of the form of education.

Keywords: computer learning environment, integration of self-learning, reflection knowledge

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Educational Responsibilities Drunk and Drinking Alcohol in the Iranian Penal Code

Fereshte Talebi and Roza Memari

Abstract From a legal point of view, punitive penalties are imposed on the perpetrators of the crime, which is held to be punishable by criminal law. To fulfill a criminal responsibility, it is not enough to do conduct, It’s the behavior of the perpetrator Must Cause by free will and self-conscious of him. Therefore, special attention to drunkenness is necessary as one of the causes of the impediment of criminal responsibility – which distorts the power of consciousness and will (intellect and discretion). It is important to understand the nature of the drunkenness and how to commit a crime in terms of its constituent parts, as well as determining the responsibility or non-responsibility of the perpetrator. This article, while investigating the offense of being drunk and Psychosocial imbalance due to drinking alcohol or drug use In the Islamic Penal Code of Iran, The will, and the intentions of the drunk person, how the crime was committed by him And the scope of criminal responsibility and punishment By analyzing and reviewing legal material.

Keywords: Drunken, Drinking alcohol, Training responsibilities

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Teachers Commitment to Change and Effects on Students Outputs

Natalia Azúa Ríos

Abstract Teachers’ desire for part of educational reform and its help is essential for its success and effectiveness. Based on the motivational theory of Bandura, interpreted teachers’ motivation as part of educational change and recognized it using four dimensions including personal goals, common beliefs, personal beliefs, and emotional stimulation. This concept also defined the teachers’ commitment to change as identifying teachers or the desire to part of the change process. Accordingly, in this study, the concept of teachers’ commitment to change has been studied and its effects on emotional and cognitive outcomes of students are discussed.

Keywords: Teachers, Commitment to Change, Students Outputs

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The Relationship between Future Perspective with Readiness of Addiction in University Students

Fatemeh Torkamani and  S. Abdolwahab Samavi

Abstract The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between future perspective and readiness of addiction in students of Payame Noor University in Bandar Abbas. This research is a descriptive-correlational design. The statistical population of the study consisted of students of Payame Noor University in Bandar Abbas who were 7802 students in the academic year of 1963-96. The sample size was 200 people who were selected by stratified random sampling and responded to the future perspective inventory of Zimbardo and Wade and Boucher readiness of addiction inventory. The results showed that there is a reverse and significant relationship between future perspective and readiness of addiction among students of Payame Noor University in Bandar Abbas. Totally, the future perspective explains the readiness of addiction in students and has a decreasing effect (p <0.01 and Beta = 0.191

Keywords: future perspective, readiness of addiction, University Students

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The Synthetic Approach to Ration and Faith in Holy Quran and Explanation of its Implication for Religious Education of Adolescents

Ahmad Abdolhoseini, Ezatolah Naderi, Maryam Seifnaraghi

Abstract There are different views among philosophers of religion in the realm of ration and faith, and the relationship of the two, and they can play a significant role in adopting educational approach. All these views run the gamut between central faith and central reason, with the former viewing understanding of the religious truths possible only through faith and the latter stressing full capability of human reason in understanding religious truths. With a descriptive method, this article attempts to address the issue of faith and ration and their relationship from a different angle, namely the perspective of the Quran. Therefore, after defining the concepts of ration and faith and their features as explained in Quran, the main components of the comprehensive approach of Quran toward faith and ration are elaborated. Finally, pedagogical implications of this comprehensive approach in religious education of adolescents (12 to 15 years) will be explained for parents and educators.

Keywords: synthetic approach, ration and faith, the Holy Quran, religious education, adolescence.

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Social and Emotional Skills in Educational Contexts

Rosma Hashim and Fatimah Abu Bakar

Abstract: Recent strategy developments have emphasized the importance of social and emotional skills in educational contexts. Hence, educational psychologists are increasingly likely to be elaborate in the measurement of social and emotional skills. The aim of this paper is to offer an argument of key issues in the assessment of social and emotional skills in children and adolescents. One issue for further consideration is the extent to which children or schools/settings should be the focus of emotional competence assessment. The environment is key in supporting the development of these competencies in schools or settings, and therefore it is possible to argue that the school/setting is the appropriate focus. The paper completes with a appeal for more research and the further development of appropriate procedures.

Keywords: Social Skills, Emotional Skills, Educational Contexts

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