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Journal of Korean Academy of Child Health Nursing 2009;15(1):15-23.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4094/jkachn.2009.15.1.15
Perspectives of Nurse Students on Problem-Based Learning: Learning Experience in Pediatric Nursing.
Kyoung Seon Baek
Department of Nursing, Jinju Health College, Korea. ksbaek55@hanmail.net
PURPOSE: This research was done to provide fundamental data to improve learning methods in Pediatric nursing and meet the needs of the students in actual nursing by analyzing nurse student experiences with problem-based learning in Pediatric nursing. METHOD: Using the 31 Q-samples selected, 20 nursing students from J college were selected as p-samples. The students were personally interviewed in January or February 2008. Result: The result of the study showed 3 types. The first type was the "negative resister", who failed to adapt to the problem-based learning and resists negatively. The second type was the "active receiver", who participated in the process of the problem-based learning and received it actively. The third type was the "passive accepters", who accepted problem-based learning but worried because they were familiar only with traditional learning. CONCLUSIONS: In this study, problem-based learning was used for classes in the science of pediatric nursing. The findings indicate that preparation for learning and details should be considered when developing and using modules for pediatric nursing. Further study on the development of problem-based learning modules is also indicated.
Key words: Problem based learning; Nurse students; Pediatric nursing
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