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Child Health Nursing Research 2014;20(2):96-104.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4094/chnr.2014.20.2.96
Development of Cinenurducation Based on Kolb's Experiential Learning Model for Understanding Child Growth and Development.
Jina Oh, Mihae Im, Hyerin Roh
1Department of Nursing, Institute of Health Science, Inje University, Busan, Korea. ohjina@inje.ac.kr
2Department of Nursing, Inje University, Busan Paik Hospital, Busan, Korea.
3Department of Medical Education, College of Medicine, Inje University, Busan, Korea.
Abstract
PURPOSE: Nurse educators can use film effectively to promote nursing students' motivation and indirect experiences. The purpose of this study was to develop a teaching-learning design using films based on Kolb's experiential learning model for understanding of child growth and development, and to evaluate students' satisfaction with cinenurducation according to learning type and content. METHODS: Participants were seventy-four first year nursing students in the spring semester of 2013 at a private university located in Busan. In each class, participants watched film, participated in peer-to-group discussion and an educator's lecture, and wrote a composition based on Kolb's four learning stages. After class, participants filled out a questionnaire developed by the researchers. RESULTS: Results showed a high satisfaction with cinenurducation regardless of learning type and content concerning child growth and development. Advantages of cinenurducation included it being "fun and interesting," "helpful to understand the characteristics of children," and "develop critical thinking through discussions." Disadvantages included "length of time needed," and "burdensome." CONCLUSION: Films are advantageous in that they provide indirect experience for nursing students. Selection of appropriate films and evaluation of learning goal achievements are important to maximize the effectiveness of cinenurducation.
Key words: Education; Nursing; Growth and development; Child; Films; Learning; Motion pictures
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