ANALYZE HOW DIFFERENT LEARNING STRATEGIES AFFECT FIRST-YEAR NURSING STUDENTS
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 8, Pages 1693-1697
AbstractBackground of the subject: Every student should realize the significance of teaching and learning throughout their lifetime. Understanding the many approaches to education that nursing student’s take is of the utmost importance. Learning will have an effect on students' skill practices, most of which involve students working in clinical settings.
Aim: A study was conducted with the purpose of determining the preferred method of education among nursing undergraduates.
Material and Method: A descriptive study was conducted on 90 nursing undergraduates for the purpose of identifying different learning styles among the participants. A sample chosen using methods of sampling that were easy to carry out. A questionnaire that was self-prepared was used to identify different types of learning styles. Tool that has been validated by an expert, and approval to perform the study has been obtained from an ethics committee. The questionnaire asks about a variety of learning modes, such as reading and writing, listening to audio recordings, just observing visuals, perceiving information visually and learning through kinesthetism. Samples were chosen based on the inclusion criteria of the study and data collection and analysis were carried out in accordance with the objectives of the study.
Result: The outcomes of this study, which included 90 samples, found that 81 (90%) of the students surveyed were between the ages of 16 and 20 years old. According to the current economic climate, 77 out of 85 students are male. 449 (54.44%) of the students had an income between 5,000 and 50,000 dollars. according to the tilt scale 51 (or 56%) are in healthy enough shape to learn. The majority of pupils prefer learning styles such as reading and writing, which accounts for 28.15 percent. When it comes to learning styles, 28.15 percent of pupils prefer study styles such as writing and reading. 22.5% of students prefer learning by audio, 23.78% of students prefer learning through visual perception, and 22.67% of students prefer learning through a kinesthetic teaching technique. Significant value with respect to the age group of 16-20 years old; value = 0.0207.
Conclusion: A good healthy environment was required for each and every member in order for there to be conductive learning. The role of the nurse educator emphasises paying attention to a variety of varied and novel learning methods. Students in the nursing programme should have knowledge and work to improve clinical practice.
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