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International Journal of Research Studies in Educational Technology

2015 Volume 4, Number 1


Jr. Teodorico Micua

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The effect of smart school programs on EFL reading comprehension in an academic context

    Soroor Rostami, Omid Akbari & Afsaneh Ghanizadeh, Imam Reza International University

    The present study investigated the impact of Smart Schools Programs on the learners' reading comprehension ability in an EFL (English as a Foreign Language) context. In so doing, the study utilized... More

  2. The role of traffic’s television teasers on reducing driving accidents

    Mina Hassanzadeh; Yahya Mahajer, Allameh Tabatabaei University, Tehran; Ahmad Sharifan, College of Statistics and Bioinformatics Institute of Sanjesh Organization

    A descriptive survey method was used to determine the relationship between traffic’s television teasers and reducing driving accidents. For this purpose, from target statistical population (traffic... More

  3. The affordances of screen capture technology for retrospective analysis of the writing process

    Soroush Sabbaghan & Parviz Maftoon, Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch

    Screen recording technology provides us with means of analyzing the writing process. However, the possible advantages of using retrospective protocols with this new technology have not been... More

  4. Attitudes toward using the Internet for language learning: A case of Iranian English teachers and learners

    Javad Kia Heirati, University of Mazandaran; Leila Ahmadi Alashti, Semnan University

    This study was an attempt to explore and compare the attitudes of Iranian English teachers and learners toward using the Internet for language learning. Another aim of the study was to show whether... More

  5. Intentional vs. incidental vocabulary learning through games by young EFL Persian speakers

    Fatemeh Alipour Madarsara, Manije Youhanaee & Hossein Barati, Isfahan University; Arman Nasirahmadi

    The present study is an attempt to investigate the effect of intentional vs. incidental practicing through games on young EFL Persian speakers’ vocabulary learning. To this end, thirty six male... More

  6. A survey on the subject-verb agreement in Google machine translation

    Mojtaba Bozorgian, Islamic Azad University Science and Research branch Kerman; Nematollah Azadmanesh, Assistant Professor at Chamran Vocational College of Kerman, and Visiting Assistant Professor at Islamic Azad University Science and Research Branch Kerman Department of Translation Studies

    To investigate subject-verb agreement of Persian translated sentences in Google machine translation, 100 sentences were taken from the BBC’s English web site that 50 sentences were randomly... More