한국간호시뮬레이션 학회지 제8권 제1호 (p.57-67)

플립러닝을 적용한 스마트 문제중심학습(PBL)이 간호대학생의 메타인지, 학업적 자기효능감, 실습만족도에 미치는 영향

Effect of Smart PBL on Meta-cognition, Academic Self-efficacy, and Practice Satisfaction in Nursing Students Taking Fundamental Nursing Skills and Applying Flipped Learning
키워드 :
Nursing students,Problem-based learning,Flipped learning,Smart learning,Self-efficacy,Satisfaction,문제중심학습,플립러닝,자기효능감,실습만족도,메타인지

목차

ABSTRACT
Ⅰ. 서 론
   1. 연구의 필요성
   2. 연구 목적
Ⅱ. 연구 방법
   1. 연구 설계
   2. 연구 기간 및 대상
   3. 윤리적 고려
   4. 측정 도구
   5. 진행 과정
   6. 자료 분석
Ⅲ. 연구 결과
   1. 일반적 특성의 동질성 분석
   2. 중재 시기에 따른 효과 비교
   3. 측정 변수간 상관관계 분석
Ⅳ. 논 의
Ⅴ. 결론 및 제언
참고문헌

초록

Purpose: This is a group pretest-posttest design study that aim to examine the effect of smart problem-based learning (PBL) teaching method using flipped learning to meta-cognition, academic self-efficacy, and satisfaction level of nursing students. Method: The subjects were 76 students who took basic nursing practice, which is a major subject, from August 29 to December 13, 2018. A questionnaire was used to measure meta-cognition in web-based self-directed learning. The self-efficacy measurement used a scale consisting of self-regulating efficacy, task difficulty preference, and confidence. The measurement of practical satisfaction is a 5-point Likert scale that employs a questionnaire. Flipped learning uploaded a 10-minute lecture video, and the subjects learned through PC or smartphone. PBL teaching was developed in two modules: gavage and indwelling urinary tract. Results: Result showed a significant improvement of meta-cognition after education than before education (t=3.21, p=.043). Academic self-efficacy was not significantly changed before and after education. Practice satisfaction was significantly improved after training than before training (t=-2.19, p=.032). Conclusion: The smart PBL teaching method using flipped learning is an effective teaching and learning strategy for nursing majors. Nursing students with high meta-cognition will be able to perform well in their learning outcomes; therefore, this positive performance experience will enhance self-efficacy.