Perceived Effectiveness of High-Fidelity Simulation in the Acquisition of the Cognitive, Psychomotor and Affective Learning in a Department of Nursing in South Korea

AUTHORS

Emilie Lopez,Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing Woosong University, Daejeon City, Republic of Korea

ABSTRACT

This descriptive-correlative study determined students’ perception on the effectiveness of High-Fidelity Simulation (HFS) used as a teaching strategy in the acquisition of cognitive, psychomotor, affective domains of learning at a nursing department in the Republic of South Korea during the Fall and Spring Semesters, Academic Year 2016-2018. Data were statistically treated using frequency and percentage distribution, weighted mean, Cramer’s V and Pearson’s Moment of Correlation. Findings of the study revealed that the respondents perceived as highly effective the use of simulation in the acquisition of learning in the domains of learning. Moreover, there was a marked significant relationship that existed between the students’ perception on the effectiveness of HFS and their year level in the cognitive and affective domains of learning, but not in the psychomotor domain. On the other hand, no significant relationship existed between the students’ perception of HFS effectiveness in the three domains of learning with their gender variable, hence, acceptance of the null hypothesis.

 

KEYWORDS

High-Fidelity Simulation, Perceived Effectiveness, Acquisition of Learning, Cognitive, Psychomotor and Affective Learning

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  • APA:
    Lopez,E.(2021). Perceived Effectiveness of High-Fidelity Simulation in the Acquisition of the Cognitive, Psychomotor and Affective Learning in a Department of Nursing in South Korea. International Journal of Advanced Nursing Education and Research, 6(2), 31-40. 10.21742/IJANER.2021.6.2.03
  • Harvard:
    Lopez,E.(2021). "Perceived Effectiveness of High-Fidelity Simulation in the Acquisition of the Cognitive, Psychomotor and Affective Learning in a Department of Nursing in South Korea". International Journal of Advanced Nursing Education and Research, 6(2), pp.31-40. doi:10.21742/IJANER.2021.6.2.03
  • IEEE:
    [1] E.Lopez, "Perceived Effectiveness of High-Fidelity Simulation in the Acquisition of the Cognitive, Psychomotor and Affective Learning in a Department of Nursing in South Korea". International Journal of Advanced Nursing Education and Research, vol.6, no.2, pp.31-40, Dec. 2021
  • MLA:
    Lopez Emilie. "Perceived Effectiveness of High-Fidelity Simulation in the Acquisition of the Cognitive, Psychomotor and Affective Learning in a Department of Nursing in South Korea". International Journal of Advanced Nursing Education and Research, vol.6, no.2, Dec. 2021, pp.31-40, doi:10.21742/IJANER.2021.6.2.03

ISSUE INFO

  • Volume 6, No. 2, 2021
  • ISSN(p):2207-3981
  • ISSN(e):2207-3159
  • Published:Dec. 2021

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