การพยาบาลเด็กตามช่วงวัย: การเรียนการสอนที่ใช้วิจัยเป็นฐาน Nursing a child by age: instruction as a research-based learning
Keywords:nursing a child under the age, research-based learning
AbstractDescriptive research aimed to study 1) the achievement of the topic “The nursing child by age” of child health nursing I at the results of research-based learning. 2) measure of student satisfaction, teaching methods used in research-based learning. " The nursing child under age" The subjects included 98 studying 2nd year nursing student enrollment of child health nursing I, first semester of the 2557 academic year. The instrument were pre-test and post-test, and a measure of satisfaction in teaching using research-based learning. Data were analyzed by using the frequencies, percentages, means and standard deviations. Besides, the difference of average test scores before and after learning were analyzed by paired t-test dependent sample. The results showed that, Students achievement are higher than before learning was statistically significant at all ages. The results of satisfaction in teaching using in research-based learning. The students were satisfied with the teaching methods that have been tested before and after learning. The second is to inform instruction, and motivate teachers and students the opportunity to comment as well. As the students were satisfied with the minimal documentation is teaching. The findings reflect that the teaching and learning using research-based learning to develop learning students. It should encourage be and supports the teaching and learning using research-based learning. The goal of producing quality graduates, according to the standard of learning in higher education further.
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