Comparison of selected outcomes based on teaching strategies that promote active learning in nursing education

@inproceedings{Nicholson2010ComparisonOS,
  title={Comparison of selected outcomes based on teaching strategies that promote active learning in nursing education},
  author={Anita Christine Nicholson},
  year={2010}
}
This study examined differences in the effects of three active-learning teaching strategies (case-based learning, simulation, and simulation with narrative pedagogy) on the outcomes of nursing student performance of intervention activities, performance retention of intervention activities, student satisfaction, self-confidence, and educational practice preferences. Engagement theory of student learning provided the overarching theoretical framework. An experimental posttest-only design… CONTINUE READING

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