Teaching Researches on the Network Curriculum of Fundamental Nursing Based on Implicit Theories
Objective The paper is designed to launch teaching researches on the network curriculum of Fundamental Nursing that based on implicit theories. Method 180 students of nursing major are randomly assigned into the experimental group and the contrast group, with 90 students for each group. In skill teaching of Fundamental Nursing, the contrast group has employed the traditional teaching method, while the experimental group puts into use web-oriented teaching mode is based on implicit theories. Result Through analysis, we have found that students’ exanimation results and evaluations on the teaching method of nursing skills in the experimental groups are visibly better than that in the contrast group (P<0.01). Moreover, experimental group’s interest in skill training is also higher than students of the contrast group. Conclusion Network curriculum of Fundamental Nursing based on implicit theories is quite helpful in improving students’ operating skills in Fundamental Nursing, which also complies with students’ psychological needs. Furthermore, the author holds that, to launch teaching activities based on implicit theories is an effective method for cultivating high-quality nurses.
Xiaoming Qian and Huawu Liu
Y. J. Ren et al., "Teaching Researches on the Network Curriculum of Fundamental Nursing Based on Implicit Theories", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 332-334, pp. 375-378, 2011