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Volume 4, Issue 9

Quality of Problem Based Learning Scenarios at College of Nursing in Egypt and KSA: Comparative Study
Original Research
In PBL (problem based learning), the learning activity starts with a problem, which is a description of a set of phenomena or events in need of explanation in terms of an underlying process, mechanism or principle. Students analyze these problems in small groups. The task of the group of students is to explain the phenomena or events provided in the given problem. Quality of problems and the tutor performance are all important features of a problem based curriculum. The most dominant factor that affects the PBL process is the high quality of the problems presented to the students. High quality problems are crucial for successful learning in Problem Based Learning. Aim: The aim of this study was to evaluate the quality of PBL scenarios at Colleges of Nursing in Egypt and KSA. Material: descriptive analytic study design was conducted. The study sample consisted of 140 undergraduate nursing students in in and 74 from in . Questionnaire consisted of six factors derived from criteria of effective PBL problems. It covered an effective PBL scenario as a problem that: stimulates thinking, enhances analysis and reasoning (3 items), stimulates self-directed learning (3 items), leads to studying the intended contents (3 items), enhances interest in subject matter (3 items), is relevant to the future profession with realistic context (3 items) and matches the level of prior knowledge (3items). Results: This study revealed that strong positive correlation between learners’ opinions of the Overall rating Quality Problem and factors affecting quality of PBL scenarios and mean score of quality problem as perceived by studied groups reflects that all factors related to quality of PBL problems for Al Qassim nursing learners were higher than Port Said nursing learners. Also, the results reflects that Al Qassim learners have a highly agreed that the problem encourages consulting literature linked to block objectives compared to of the learners. In addition, both Port Said learners and Al Qassim the learners have a highly agreed that the problem shows clear linkage to the future profession. Conclusion and Recommendations: Based on the study findings, it recommended that regular problem revision and updating according to continuous health is care changes is a must, continuous investigating learner's opinion regarding quality of problem formulation, and considered when updating the problems. Implementation of orientation programmed for both learners and staff members about PBL approach and its effect on learner's skills and behavior in life.
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American Journal of Educational Research. 2016, 4(9), 701-710. DOI: 10.12691/education-4-9-10
Pub. Date: June 22, 2016
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The Implications of Learning Theories to Assessment and Instructional Scaffolding Techniques
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Learning theories, which provide a profound coherence and understanding in changing teaching practices and standards, are imperative to the choice and employment of assessment and instructional scaffolding techniques. The paradigm shift of assessment “of” learning to assessment “for” learning has brought diversity to educational practice especially in the propagation of creativity and critical thinking among students. Faculty members are to embrace this challenge of systematization of assessment and instructional scaffolding techniques if they are committed to effective teaching and learning. Hence, they need to extend feedback and feed-forward mechanisms and model situations for the learners to engage in appropriate action which lead them to the closure of the gap between current and good performance.
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American Journal of Educational Research. 2016, 4(9), 695-700. DOI: 10.12691/education-4-9-9
Pub. Date: June 18, 2016
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A Study on Altruism and Interest in Literature at Higher Secondary Level
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The present study is an attempt to look for the relationship between altruism and interest in literature of Higher Secondary students. Sample consists of 800 students (age 17+) from rural and urban H.S schools of Birbhum district, West Bengal. The Scale of Altruism as well as the Interest in Literature Scale, the first adopted by the investigators and the second developed by the investigators, were used to assess the Altruism and Interest in Literature of the students respectively. The result divulged the fact that the girl students are more altruistic and have more interest in literature than those of the boy students. The study also reveals that there exists significant relationship between altruism and interest in literature. It is strengthened by another finding that the group with low level of altruism shows lower interest in literature than the group with high level of altruism. The constructed regression equation reveals that interest in literature can be used as the predictor of altruism.
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American Journal of Educational Research. 2016, 4(9), 689-694. DOI: 10.12691/education-4-9-8
Pub. Date: June 15, 2016
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Relationship of Family Structure and Emotional Intelligence of Secondary School Students in Islamabad
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The purpose of the study was to find whether family structure and number of sibling have any effect on emotional intelligence of secondary school students. Population of the study consisted of tenth class students aged 14-16. Sample was selected using stratified multistage sampling. Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) was divided into three clusters. Stratification was done in order to get a representative sample. From each cluster sample was selected through proportionate representation. Male and female was also selected through proportional representation to avoid gender bias. The study was carried out by administering Bar-On’s Emotional Quotient Inventory developed by Reuven Bar On and is published by Multi Health System and Family Structure Inventory was developed by the researchers in consultation with expert in the field for finding emotional intelligence and family structure respectively. After collection of data t-test and one way ANOVA were applied to find the relationship. The study showed that there was no significant effect of family structure and number of sibling on emotional intelligence of students.
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American Journal of Educational Research. 2016, 4(9), 685-688. DOI: 10.12691/education-4-9-7
Pub. Date: June 14, 2016
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Future Elementary Teachers’ Knowledge and Skills in Selection of Teaching Methods
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Evolution of creative thinking of future elementary school teachers to enhance the formation of skills in order to design a learning process by selecting an appropriate teaching method has not yet been adequately evaluated. It is important to select a well designed method which might be a key to achieve the goal. The present study aimed to analyse the formation of future elementary school teachers’ ability to select a teaching method in the traditional system of general didactic training in Ukraine, which has not been reported previously. Three hundred and eighty seven students were enrolled and three groups were established: group 1 (2nd year), group 2 (3rd year), and group 3 (5th year). The questions and scales were designed and the interview as well as theorethical and practical tasks were performed accordingly.The results indicated that students in groups 1 and 2 obtained higher score in knowledge task compared to the group 3. In addition, the level of knowledge in group 3 decreased while the skill level increased. The results of our study highlight that the refreshing didactical knowledge during teaching practice courses for future elementary teachers was neglected.
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American Journal of Educational Research. 2016, 4(9), 681-684. DOI: 10.12691/education-4-9-6
Pub. Date: June 14, 2016
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Internationalization in Higher Education through Faculty Diversification
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Internationalization in higher education has been the recurring theme of the global academic community in preparing the future world leaders and workers – from the developed to the developing countries. Faculty diversification, which is the primary arm of internationalization, covets an array of geopolitical and geocultural interdisciplinarities that may hinder its prime purpose. This study discerns the determinants of internationalization and faculty diversification in higher education: the exposure of the student-learners to an array of ideas, cultures, behaviors, experiences and standards. Diversification benefits the academic environment by offering optimal educational experiences to a community that promotes peace and harmony in preparing students for their global tasks as future leaders and workers in the acumen of internationalization in education and work globalization. Hence, it benefits the student-learners as diversified teachers are imperative to the need and the focus on extending tertiary education as a vehicle for long term human resource development.
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American Journal of Educational Research. 2016, 4(9), 674-680. DOI: 10.12691/education-4-9-5
Pub. Date: June 13, 2016
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Analyzing Blended Learning in Brazil from Actor-Network Theory: A qualitative Study
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This paper presents a qualitative study in which data collected indicate the main text codes related to innovative blended learning practices from interviews carried out with specialists on this field in Brazil. The main purpose of the study was to identify and analyze codes that highlight the tensions between human and nonhuman actors present in innovative practices of blended learning. Supported by Atlas.ti® software, the found terms were associated and analyzed from recurring concepts in Actor-Network Theory, formulated by Bruno Latour. The French scholar postulated that several actors, human and nonhuman, interconnected and dependent on each other, form a hybrid world. It is important to better understand the roles of man and machine, escaping from the common sense speech that they are more or less important than the other when it comes to discuss innovations on blended learning. The study object reveals itself therefore as fertile ground for reflection on the tensions between these two instances.
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American Journal of Educational Research. 2016, 4(9), 669-673. DOI: 10.12691/education-4-9-4
Pub. Date: June 13, 2016
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Exploring the Influence of Metacognition and Metaemotion Strategies on the Outcome of Students of IX Std.
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The study examined the influence of metacognition and metaemotion strategies on the outcome of students of class IX. The participants were 80 IX Std. students from Matriculation Schools in Madurai city of Tamil Nadu. Experimental design was followed for the research with 40 students in experimental group and 40 students in Control group. The sample was selected through purposive sampling technique. The level of metacognition and metaemotion were measured through metacognition assessment scale and metaemotion assessment scale. The outcome of the students were measured through Student Outcome test constructed and standardised by the investigators. The results of the study showed that metacognition and metaemotion strategies influence the outcome of students of class IX positively.
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American Journal of Educational Research. 2016, 4(9), 663-668. DOI: 10.12691/education-4-9-3
Pub. Date: June 12, 2016
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Design and Development of Mobile Learning Lesson Plan (MLLP) Template: A Design Relevant to African Context
Original Research
Effective planning for instruction is time-consuming and thought intensive. However, planning well up-front pays-off over time. Without effective preparation and planning for a lesson, teaching becomes a gamble. While teachers are not rigid in developing their lesson they must have a clear sense of purpose so that students would not be easily distracted and disinterested. As emphasis is placed on effective planning, it must also be noted that in a digital world, no educational establishment can arguably achieve result without integrating technology into the aspect of lesson planning and execution. Teachers must always keep in mind the extensive potentials of technology in lesson planning. In Sub-Saharan Africa especially in Nigeria, the mobile phone subscription is at an exponential rate but this massive revolution has not translate into its use in the secondary schools due to challenges such as; very large classes and high cost of internet access, inadequate requisite skills, training to embark on mobile learning instruction among others. To surpass these challenges, a simple and cost effective strategy for the teacher to use to plan, develop and deliver their lessons through the mobile phone called Mobile Learning Lesson Plan (MLLP) template was designed and developed. The MLLP template equips teachers to organise, plan, design, and evaluate the lesson effectively. It is a roadmap of what is to be taught using the mobile phone, it allows the teacher to provide detailed information of the lesson and provide sequence of activities that is to be carried out using the mobile phone. Sequel to the development of the MLLP template, it was used and validated by pre-service teachers. Their comments suggest that MLLP template is should be incorporated into teacher training curriculum because it helps in effectively developing mobile learning instruction. This paper assesses the development, validation and uses MLLP template in relations to the cultural context.
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American Journal of Educational Research. 2016, 4(9), 658-662. DOI: 10.12691/education-4-9-2
Pub. Date: June 12, 2016
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Assessing Academic Self-Efficacy, Knowledge, and Attitudes in Undergraduate Physiology Students
Original Research
Academic self-efficacy affects the success of students in the sciences. Our goals were to develop an instrument to assess the self-efficacy and attitudes toward science of students in an undergraduate physiology course. We hypothesized 1) that our instrument would demonstrate that students taking this course would exhibit greater self-efficacy and more positive attitudes toward science than students in a non-science undergraduate course, and 2) that the physiology students' self-efficacy and attitudes would improve after completing the course. A 25-question survey instrument was developed with items investigating demographic information, self-efficacy, content knowledge, confidence, and attitudes regarding science. Students in either an undergraduate physiology course (Group P) or a history course (Group H) completed the survey. Forty-eight students in Group P completed both PRE- and POST-class surveys, while 50 students in Group H completed the pre-class survey. The academic self-efficacy of Group P as assessed by the PRE-survey was significantly higher than Group H (p=0.0003). Interestingly, there was no significant difference between groups in content knowledge in the PRE-survey. The self-efficacy of Group P was significantly higher as assessed by the POST-survey, when compared to the PRE-survey (p<0.0001) coincident with an improvement (p<0.001) in content knowledge for Group P in the POST-survey. This study established a survey instrument with utility in assessing self-efficacy, attitudes, and content knowledge. Our approach has applicability to studies designed to determine the impact of instructional variables on academic self-efficacy, attitudes, and confidence of students in the sciences.
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American Journal of Educational Research. 2016, 4(9), 652-657. DOI: 10.12691/education-4-9-1
Pub. Date: June 12, 2016
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