Factors Influencing Student Learning Outcomes: A Study on Behavioural, Cognitive and Experiential Challenges

Ruel F. Ancheta; Anna C. Bocar

Volume 2, Issue 1 , May 2024, Pages 1-15


  Abstract This study investigated the factors influencing student learning outcomes as perceived by teacher-participants. The mixed methods approach was utilised to find out the teachers’ personal views on the instructional challenges faced by students in attaining the desired learning outcomes. ...  Read More

AI-Induced Emotions: A Translator Vulnerability Perspective

Saeed Ameri

Volume 2, Issue 1 , May 2024, Pages 16-28


  As technological developments, such as artificial intelligence or large language models, are rapidly transforming the profession of translation, the emotional vulnerability of translators has remained largely underexplored. Adopting vulnerability as a conceptual lens, this study examines the psychological ...  Read More

The Effect of Modality Type on Cognitive Processing of L2 Single Words

Vahid Rahmani Doqaruni

Volume 2, Issue 1 , May 2024, Pages 29-39


  The main purpose of the present study is to find out which type of modality (i.e., reading, listening, or reading while listening) affects second language (L2) learners’ cognitive processing of single words more efficiently. In order to achieve the aim of the present study, a semantic decision ...  Read More

Teacher Emotions, Energy, and Time Perspective in Teacher Success: A Mixed-Methods Study

Mohadeseh Rahimi; Ghasem Modarresi

Volume 2, Issue 1 , May 2024, Pages 40-54


  The current study, following a mixed-methods design, aims to determine the possible predictors of teacher success in teacher emotions, teacher energy, and teacher time perspective. The study also explores the role that teacher emotions, teacher energy, and teacher time perspective perform in teacher ...  Read More

Emo-Sensory Intelligence in High School Teachers: Examining Gender and Age Dynamics in Iranian Educational Settings

Zahra Jahani; Afrooz Aminzadeh

Volume 2, Issue 1 , May 2024, Pages 55-65


  Given the importance of the emotional and sensory processing of information in education across different genders and ages, this study intends to examine the differences in emo-sensory intelligence among high school teachers in terms of gender and age. The ability to handle and manage emotions caused ...  Read More

Emotional-Cognitive Dynamics of “Waitance”: Unraveling its Relationship with Teaching Burnout

Reza Pishghadam

Volume 2, Issue 1 , May 2024, Pages 66-75


  The current paper delves into the concept of “waitance”, as the tendency to passively await events without taking any action. Under a comprehensive model, this psychological phenomenon is categorized based on intensity, valence, expectation, and waiting periods. The emotional-cognitive dynamics ...  Read More