Zahra Shahsavar

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The rapid growth of using Web 2.0 tools such as blogs has increased online courses in education. Questioners are the most commonly used instruments to assess students’ attitudes toward the online courses. This study provides a set of specific guidelines that the researchers used to develop a questionnaire to measure students’ attitudes toward the course(More)
Article History The paper received on: 01/01/2015 Accepted after peerreview on: 21/02/2015 Published on: 07/03/2015 Translation has a crucial role in human life. Despite the importance of the influence of ideology in translation, there is lack of research in this area. This study tries to investigate the influence of ideology on translations from English(More)
1. For consistency and to avoid confusions, the term dimension is used across PCA, CFA, and RSM analyese. Validity evidence is provided for a Persian blog attitude questionnaire (P-BAQ). P-BAQ was administered to 565 Iranians and factor analysis and rating scale model identified affective, behavioral, and perseverance, and confidence dimensions underlying(More)
  • Zahra Shahsavar, Tan Bee Hoon, Yap Ngee Thai, Bahaman Abu Samah, Nor Puteh
  • 2014
Over the past decade, much has been done to improve students’ critical thinking in education. This study investigates if applying Socratic questioning on the blog can promote students’ critical thinking. It applies a generic model, which associates with three fundamental components. Participants were an intact class of tertiary level students enrolled in an(More)
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