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This research is quasi-experimental research , one-group pre-post test design. The purpose was to study effects of integrated teaching and learning management between Thai art and culture preservation and health promotion in community to learning achievement and satisfaction of teaching and learning management of the 123 second year nursing students, 2nd semester, 2016.Research instrument were teaching plan on title resource, technology and local wisdom of health promotion and disease prevention subject. Data were collected using questionnaires of learning achievement test and learning satisfaction test, approved by three particularly specialists. Reliability of learning achievement questionnaires and learning satisfaction questionnaires were 0.79 and 0.83 subsequently. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and t-test
The result found that Nursing students had an average score of learning achievement after teaching higher than before significant at the .001 and learning satisfaction level at a high level ( = 4.60, SD = .60) Suggest that Health education institutes should plan to support instructors using integrated teaching and learning on difficult topic and lack of experiences to getting more achievement of learning and learning, and learning satisfaction
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