Effect of a Blended Learning Instruction on Learning Achievement in Child and Adolescent Nursing 2 Subject of the Third Year Nursing Students of The Royal Thai Navy College of Nursing

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Piyaporn Sinthukot
Suntharee Monthawee

Abstract

            This study was a quasi-experimental research, which aimed to investigate the effectiveness of blended learning on students’ learning achievement in Child and Adolescent Nursing II subject among nursing students of the Royal Thai Navy College of Nursing, academic year 2019. Data were collected from 73 third year students of Royal Thai Navy College of Nursing, using pre-and-posttest with 0.62 score of the KR-20, evaluation of learning summarization through mind mapping with the scores of KR-20 between the evaluators were from 0.66 to 0.93, and a survey of the opinion of teaching management with the Cronbach’s alpha coefficient validity was 0.93. The data were analyzed using t-test dependent and relative gain score, which detailed the results below.


  1. The third year students had higher mean test score after applying blended learning than previous test significantly with .05 score.

  2. The third year students had improved the score of mind mapping summarization and group discussion for 16.3 percent.

  3. The third year students had positive opinion toward the learning management in the “excellent” level.

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Piyaporn Sinthukot, The Royal Thai Navy College of Nursing

The Royal Thai Navy College of Nursing, Bangkok

Suntharee Monthawee, The Royal Thai Navy College of Nursing

The Royal Thai Navy College of Nursing, Bangkok

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