Mr. Amir Reza Rahimi, Innovation in Data Analysis, Best Researcher Award

Mr. Amir Reza Rahimi at University of Valencia, Spain

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Amir Reza Rahimi is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Valencia, specializing in Language, Literature, and Cultures. With a background in English Language Teaching, he has extensive experience teaching at various educational levels in Iran. His research focuses on Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL), Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), psycholinguistics, and educational technology.


Amir Reza Rahimi holds a Master’s degree in English Language Teaching from the University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, Iran, where his thesis explored the impact of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on the relationship between online regulation and online motivational self-systems among Iranian EFL learners. Currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Valencia, Spain, in Language, Literature, and Cultures, his academic pursuits delve into Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL), psycholinguistics, and educational technology. Rahimi’s educational journey underscores his commitment to advancing the understanding of digital competence and innovative teaching methodologies in language education.

đź’Ľ Professional Experience

Amir Reza Rahimi brings a wealth of experience in English Language Teaching (ELT) across various educational settings in Iran. He has taught English at universities, high schools, and language institutes, enriching his pedagogical approach with workshops on integrating technology into language education for fellow educators. Rahimi’s career highlights include numerous publications in esteemed journals such as Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) and presentations at international conferences like the TESOL International Convention and the World CALL conference. His research and teaching endeavors underscore his dedication to enhancing language learning through innovative educational technologies and pedagogical strategies.

🔬 Research Interests

Amir Reza Rahimi’s research interests are centered around advancing the field of language education through innovative approaches and technologies. His primary focus lies in Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL), exploring the integration of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and their impact on language learners’ motivation and self-regulation. Rahimi is also interested in psycholinguistics, investigating how digital tools and online environments influence language acquisition and educational outcomes. His work aims to bridge theoretical insights with practical applications in teacher education, enhancing digital competence and educational practices in language teaching and learning contexts.

đź“– Publication Top Noted

Title: Unifying EFL learners’ online self-regulation and online motivational self-system in MOOCs: A structural equation modeling approach

    • Authors: Amir Reza Rahimi, Zahra Cheraghi
    • Journal: Journal of Computers in Education
    • Year: 2024

Title: Beyond digital competence and language teaching skills: the bi-level factors associated with EFL teachers’ 21st-century digital competence to cultivate 21st-century digital skills

    • Authors: Amir Reza Rahimi
    • Journal: Education and Information Technologies
    • Year: 2024

Title: A bi-phenomenon analysis to escalate higher educators’ competence in developing university students’ information literacy (HECDUSIL): the role of language lectures’ conceptual and action-oriented digital competencies and skills

    • Authors: Amir Reza Rahimi
    • Journal: Education and Information Technologies
    • Year: 2024

Title: The role of ChatGPT readiness in shaping language teachers’ language teaching innovation and meeting accountability: A bisymmetric approach

    • Authors: Amir Reza Rahimi, Ana Sevilla-PavĂłn
    • Journal: Computers and Education: Artificial Intelligence
    • Year: 2024
Amir Reza Rahimi | Innovation in Data Analysis | Best Researcher Award

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