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Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing 2016;22(4):221-232.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4069/kjwhn.2016.22.4.221    Published online December 27, 2016.
Class Experience of the Students on 『Pregnancy, Delivery and Puerperium』 Nursing Course through Flipped Learning: Mixed Method Research
Byeongju Lee, Seon Young Hwang
1Department of Nursing Science, Andong Science College · Graduate School of Hanyang University, Andong, Korea.
2College of Nursing, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea. seon9772@hanyang.ac.kr
Abstract
PURPOSE
The purpose of this study was to examine the applicability of a flipped learning course in Women's Health Nursing for nursing students.
METHODS
A total of 200 senior nursing students participated in flipped learning class of pregnancy, delivery and postpartum area, which included team-based learning and self-reflection for 8 weeks. One group pre-post test design was adopted and the changes in learning motivation and satisfaction were examined. In addition, reflective journals of the students were analyzed by making a qualitative content analysis.
RESULTS
Students showed a significant increase in score of learning motivation in the posttest (t=-4.47, p<.001). They had a mean of 3.90 in learning satisfaction out of possible five points. As a result of content analysis, three themes were selected: ‘Improved attitude toward active learning’, ‘Burden caused by excessive workload’, and ‘Valuing to the team-based activity’ To be specific, six sub-themes were selected, with three positive and three negative categories: ‘improved class attention and understanding’, ‘positive class participation by preparing lessons in advance’, ‘peer interactions through discussion’, ‘A lot of time and effort consuming’, ‘stress caused by the burden of preparing lessons’, and ‘difficulties in cooperative activities’.
CONCLUSION
This study supports and confirms that the flipped learning can be a creative instructional model of positive teaching-learning strategy in clinical nursing courses to enhance students' learning motivation.
Key Words: Flipped learning; Nursing students; Motivation; Satisfaction
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