Predicting Technology Use in EFL Instruction: The Roles of Teacher Self-Efficacy and Technology Self-Efficacy

Milad Naderi; Jalil Fathi; Habib Soleimani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 July 2024

  With the widespread use of technology in today's society, the effective integration of technology in education has become a vital area of research, particularly in teacher education. Teacher variables play a crucial role in the successful incorporation of technology in the classroom. Consequently, ...  Read More

Teacher Self-Efficacy and Reflection as Predictors of Teacher Burnout: An Investigation of Iranian English Language Teachers

Sarah Ghasemzadeh; Majid Nemati; Jalil Fathi

Volume 8, Issue 2 , December 2019, , Pages 25-50

  In modern education, teachers are regarded as a central and focal part of educational systems and are responsible in the development of education. It should be mentioned that teachers have an influential role in planning and offering an effective and significant educational program. The significant role ...  Read More

Iranian EFL Student-Teachers’ Multiple Intelligences and Their Self-Efficacy: Patterns and Relationships

Zainab Abolfazli Khonbi; Javad Gholami

Volume 4, Issue 1 , June 2015, , Pages 47-27

  Nowadays, in line with trends in language teaching that follow the use of student-centered teaching/testing activities, there is growing consensus that students differ in their multiple intelligences. Furthermore, self-efficacy is one of the determining factors of success for people almost in any context. ...  Read More

How Attitude, Self-efficacy, and Job Satisfaction Relate with Teaching Strategies?

mojgan rashtchi; beheshteh jabalameli

Volume 1, Issue 1 , June 2012, , Pages 189-224

  The primary purpose of the present study was to explore whether there was any significant relationship between attitude, self-efficacy, and job satisfaction of Iranian EFL teachers on the one hand, and their choice of teaching strategies. Strategies mostly used by participants of the study with low, ...  Read More