Perceptions of nursing students on the teaching strategies of the faculty in the clinical area

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Faculty, Nursing, Teaching


A quantitative, non-experimental, descriptive type of research method was used. The respondents were 282 third year nursing students Batch 2007 of De La Salle Health Sciences Campus selected using purposive sampling technique. A questionnaire was patterned and modified from the study of Barangas and Ngo Seng (2003). Data was analyzed through percentage, mean, t-test for independent means and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) or f-test. The following conclusions were formulated: 1) Majority of the students were female and 20 years old; 2) In all clinical areas (hospital ward, operating room, delivery room, and community setting), the respondents perceived that the use of demonstration/practice and drill was effective because they were able to grasp the lessons easily and acquire and retain more information. This was followed informal lecture because the respondents can acquire and retain the information and one-to-one instruction because the respondents can grasp the lessons easily and acquire more information. The use of group discussion was agreed to be used in the hospital ward and operating room only. The use of case analysis and reporting yielded neutral results from the respondents in all clinical areas; 3) There was no significant difference on the perceptions of the respondents when grouped according to age in all clinical areas, However, the female respondents had a higher perception on the teaching strategies over the male respondents when grouped according to gender.

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