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Comparison of the Effect of Competence Stimulus in Two Methods of Spaced Learning and Flexible Fridays on the Nursing Students Critical Thinking

Author: OSSEIN HEJR, PARISA ZAJ , NAEEM ABDI, MOHAMMADSAEED MIRZAEE , MOHAMMAD BEHNAMMOGHADAM, BAHRAM ARMOON, MORTEZA HEMMAT
Abstract: Background: New learning methods can create enormous changes in knowledge and help students learn more. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of Comparison of the Effect of Competence Stimulus in Two Methods of Spaced Learning and Flexible Fridays on the Nursing Students' Critical Thinking which was done in 2017. Materials and Method: This was a semi-experimental study between two before and after groups of nursing students of Saveh Medical faculty in 2017. The research population consisted of 60 nursing students selected by stratified sampling method. Data collection was done by Ritex Critical Thinking Questionnaire with a reliability of 0.86. In order to analyze the data, Kruskal-Wallis, Kendall, Chi-square, ans Fischer's exact tests were used. Result: The mean (SD) ofstudent's critical thinking score had a statistically significant difference before and after the Intervention in each of the spaced learning (respectively 54.96 (31.64) vs 138.76 (24.98), df = - 4.795, P = 0.001) and flexible Friday (respectively 46.20 (26.85) vs 149.26 (20.09), df = -4.787, P = 0.001) groups ; The mean (SD) ofcritical thinking score, had a significant difference after the Intervention, between the two groups of spaced learning and flexible Fridays (Respectively, mean (SD), 138.76 (24.98) vs 149.26 (20.09), p<0.035). Conclusions: Using new methods of spaced learning and flexible Friday’s one can create a suitable context for more accurate and effective communication between teacher and learner, and, on the other hand, enhance the students' motivation for analyzing and solving problems.
Keyword: Learning, Critical Care; Thinking
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.01.103
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