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Research in Medical Education 2017, 9(1): 36-27 Back to browse issues page
Nursing students’ experience in a flipped classroom method
F Jafaraghaie, Sh Dehghanzadeh *, H Khordadi-Astane
Nursing Depatrment, Rasht Branch, Islamic azad University, Rasht, Iran , shadidehghan90@gmail.com
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Introduction: Medical education including nursing education needs a fundamental change till using new educational approach lead to training creative and efficient registered nurses in modern complicated nursing practice. The flipped classroom model is one of the new popular educational method. The aim of the present study was to survey the views and experiences of nursing students in using the flipped classroom
Method: This one group quasi-experimental study was done on 43 nursing students who were selected by census method in Islamic Azad University-Rasht branch in 1395. Before the class, the experimental group viewed every sessions of the electronic content, studied the book and prepared for the classroom. In the class they responded the quiz questions, discussed about their responses and involved in small groups about clinical scenarios. At the end of the course the students responded to a questionnaire including 20 items about the views and experience of the students in using the flipped classroom. Descriptive and analytic statistics consisting pearson correlation, independent t test and one way ANOVA were used for analyzing data.
Results: Findings showed that students had a positive experience of using flipped classroom. Majority of students (79.1%) prefer flipped classroom to traditional one that the most of class time were devoted to teachers lecture.The Mean of the scores of the students’ views was 26.09±2.95. There is not any statistical significant relations between demographic data and students views, But there is a significant strong positive correlation between students’ views and the average scores(r=.88, P=.0.001).
Conclusion: students had positive views and experiences about using the flipped classroom. Since this approach is new, more studies is needed to assess its effect on different learning outcomes.
Keywords: Flipped classroom, education, Nursing, Active learning
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Jafaraghaie F, Dehghanzadeh S, Khordadi-Astane H. Nursing students’ experience in a flipped classroom method . Research in Medical Education. 2017; 9 (1) :36-27
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