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Compare the effect of two electronic and traditional education methods on first principles of instruction in nursing students of Guilan University of Medical Sciences in 2016
A Badanara marzdashty , A Emami Sigaroudi , E Kazemnezhad-Leyli , M Poursheikhian *
operating room & anesthesia dept, langroud paramedical & nursing - midwifery school, Guilan University of medical sciences,Rasht, Iran , pourshaikhian_m@yahoo.com
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Introduction: technology developed rapidly  during the past decade and using these technologies increased in higher education more than before. Many studies in the field of electronic education has been done in recent years in Iran but e- learning assessment and its programs was neglected. This study was done with the aim of determining students’ views about using first principles of instruction in two electronic and traditional education methods.
Methods: This is a quasi- experimental study which was done in 2016.  Statistical population was all nusrsing students at Shahid Beheshti nursing and midwifery school in Guilan University of Medical Sciences during their 3rd semester of bachelor degree which studying adult nursing in 2015- 2016.  Among them 41 students were selected through censes Sampling method. “Teaching and learning quality” assessment tool was used For exploration of first principle of instruction(demonstration,application,duties,activation,unity). For comparison of first principles of instruction, paired T test and Wilcoxon test were used and data were anlayzed  using SPSS.
Results: Mean and standard deviation of The first principal of instruction in traditional education group was 3.70±0.24 and in electronic education group was 3.49±0.25 which was statistically ignificant difference based on paired T test analysis (p=0.001). Mean and standard deviation of The demonstration principal in electronic education group was 3.49±0.29 and in traditional education group was 3.69±0.40,The application principal in electronic education group was 3.31±0.52 and in traditional education group was 3.76±0.59, activation principal in electronic education group was 3.35±0.36 and in traditional education group was 3.70±0.34 which was statisticaly significant difference between 2 groups based on wilcoxon analysis (p<0.05).
Conclusion: it seems that traditional education method is superior to electronic education method in terms of first principles of instruction implementation.
Keywords: education distance, students, nursing, learning
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Badanara marzdashty A, Emami Sigaroudi A, Kazemnezhad-Leyli E, Poursheikhian M. Compare the effect of two electronic and traditional education methods on first principles of instruction in nursing students of Guilan University of Medical Sciences in 2016. rme. 2018; 10 (1) :48-55
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پژوهش در آموزش علوم پزشکی Research in Medical Education