In the Name of God
Research in Teaching is a journal in the field of education, learning and teaching, which is published four times a year and the conditions for accepting the article are as follows:
1- Article components
• Title: The general name of the article that expresses and represents the content of the article.
• Profile of the author: including the name and surname of the author, academic degree, field of study, university where he teaches or studies.
• Abstract: A comprehensive description of the article with limited words (200 words or ten lines) including an overview of the problem statement, purpose, research method and findings.
Keywords: Includes five to seven specialized words that are more important in the article than other words.
• Introduction: Includes the purpose and mention of the literature review of the article (briefly).
• Main body: including the main text of the article, theoretical foundations, methodology, data analysis, findings, discussion and conclusion.
• Footnote: Appears at the bottom of each page if necessary.
• Sources: Cataloging article citations based on the journal style.
• English Abstract: In Times New Roman font size 11 (up to 1000 words).
2- How to adjust the text
Developing a model of entrepreneurship education for students of University of Kurdistan
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Abstract (B Nazanin 11)
Do not repeat the title in the abstract.
(((In the abstract, the type of method, methodological components, the most important results should be mentioned. All the contents of the abstract should be given in one paragraph. Research verbs should be given in the past. The maximum number of abstract words should be 300 words))). For example, the research method was descriptive-correlation with emphasis on structural equations. The statistical population of the study consisted of all employees of the University of Tehran (3237 people). Cochran’s formula was used to determine the sample size and 343 people were selected as the sample. They were selected through using the proportionate stratified method. Data were collected based on three questionnaires of reengineering, organizational learning and organizational performance that their Cronbach’s alpha coefficient was 0.87, 0.92 and 0.88, respectively, and their face and content validity was approved by the specialists. Data analysis was performed using SPSS and LISREL software. Research results should be mentioned briefly. There is no need for numbers.
Keywords: Reengineering, Organizational Learning, Organizational Performance
Authors/Affiliation (to be mentioned completely and accurately as below, both in the article and inside the site and in the side section, these specifications will not be modified in any other way after accepting the article)
1- Assistant Professor of Educational Management, University of Kurdistan, Sanandaj, Iran
2- PhD student in Educational Management, University of Kurdistan, Sanandaj, Iran
1. Assistant Professor of Educational Management, University of Kurdistan, Sanandaj, Iran
2. PhD student in Educational Management , University of Kurdistan, Sanandaj, Iran
Introduction (B Nazanin 12.5)
((((Introduction should include statement of problem, the importance and necessity of conducting research on the main research variables. At least 2 and at most 3 pages of content should be written in this regard. In quoting the statements and writings of others trustworthy must be taken into account. And according to the format of the journal and the style of the APA, the bibliography should be written in the text and at the end, it is necessary to refer to similar articles publishe
((((Introduction should include stating the research issue, the importance and necessity of conducting research on the main variables to be researched. At least 2 and at most 3 pages of content should be written in this regard. In quoting the statements and writings of others must be trustworthy. And according to the format of the journal and the style of the APA, the bibliography should be written in the text and at the end, it is necessary to refer to similar articles published in previous issues of the quarterly and use them to refer to the quarterly school management or teaching research. In two or three final sources, the name and details of the school management quarterly should be available.In review articles, it is necessary to have at least 20% of the sources in the text and the end of the works and previous writings of the author and author. Educational sciences The orientation of educational management and other fields of study of educational sciences and articles extracted from the research projects of professors and researchers who have addressed the educational systems are in priority, in terms of Persian and English fonts and fonts and page margins. ..Exactly the same file should be considered and the contents of the article in the same Copy and save the file. The maximum number of pages of an article should be 20 pages. In the following paragraphs, an example of referencing, etc. can be considered))))
In the final bibliography, some important points should be considered:
Table size (B Nazanin 11)
(((First, the sources in the text and the end should be completely consistent. The exact APA style should be observed. The format of the journal should be observed. The Latin specifications of Persian sources should be given. Exactly the same feature that is on the cover of the work, not the author's translation. Persian sources should include the phrase [in Persian], articles should include the name of the journal, period, and italic number, books should have the title of the book in italics, dissertations should have the title of the dissertation in italics, and a new approach to the quarterly in Cite educational management))).
Bahreyni, S. S. (2006). Analytical review of the implementation of re-engineering processes in higher education. Journal of Andish-e-Sadegh. (23): 106-83. . [in Persian]
Barney, J., & Barney, J. (1991). Firm Resources and the Theory of Competitive Advantage. Journal of Management, 17, 99-120.
Eisner, E. (1998). Educational Imagination: on the design and evaluation of school programs. NY: Macmillian