Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Learning Outcomes throughout Simulation Experiences
simulation, nurse education, learning outcomes, student perceptions
The purpose of this study was to determine undergraduate nursing students’ perceptions regarding learning outcomes developed during simulation experience throughout the nursing program. Students from four different semesters completed surveys following their simulation experience to report their perceptions of learning outcomes (improving communication, increasing nursing skills, understanding classroom material, developing critical thinking, and facilitating teamwork). Results indicated that each semester, students rated increasing nursing skills and developing critical thinking as two of the top three learning outcomes obtained during simulation experiences. Students perceived that developing the learning outcome of facilitating teamwork increased more in later semesters. Improving communication and understanding classroom material were not rated as frequently.
Original Publication Citation
Hunter, C. & Ravert, P. (2010). Nursing students’ perceptions of learning outcomes throughout simulation experiences. Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences. 9 (2010).
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Hunter, Christina and Ravert, Patricia K., "Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Learning Outcomes throughout Simulation Experiences" (2010). Faculty Publications. 5274.
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