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Journal:   JOURNAL OF NURSING EDUCATION (JNE)   APRIL-MAY 2016 , Volume 5 , Number 1 (15); Page(s) 62 To 71.
 
Paper: 

THE EFFECT OF INTEGRATION OF MERRILL’S FIRST PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUCTION WITH TEAM BASED LEARNING ON THE ACHIEVEMENT OF RECALL AND APPLICATION OF NURSING STUDENTS

 
 
Author(s):  EMAMIYAN KHESHTI M., GHASEMI M., MEHRAJI N., KAZEM BANIHASHEM S., BADALI M.*
 
* UNIVERSITY OF TARBIYAT MODARRES, TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Introduction Merrill by criticizing the lecturing methods stated that “the sole transfer of information is not learning and teaching”. Teaching and learning have some principles that are education’s corner stone that are known as “Merrill’s first principles of instruction”. Also, the team-based learning is one of the methods that are being emphasized on in medical education. The present research seeks to study the impact of instructional design based on Merrill’s first principles of instruction and team-based learning on the achievement of recall and application of nursing students.
Method: The method of the research is semi-experimental, and research plan was pretest – posttest with control group. The population consisted of all undergraduate students of Ardebil medical university, Meshkinshahr campus. Research sample was a nursing class that was selected by in access sampling method. Before the implementation of intended instructional design, pre-test was taken for each group and then plan was performed for a period of 5 weeks and the post-test was performed to achieve the purposes of recall and application. The finding was analyzed by using of Covariance Analysis Method (ANCOVA).
Results: Before interventions, there were no meaningful difference between score mean of recall and application of both groups (pretest mean score in recall level: control group 1.70, experimental group 1.68; and in application level: control group 1.45, experimental group 1.47). The results after intervention showed that the rate of experimental group score in both recall and application level was increased significantly in comparison with control group (posttest mean score in recall level: control group 14.70, experimental group 17.42; and in application level: control group 12.33, experimental group 15.38).
Conclusion: Findings showed that between the rate of achieving objectives of recall and application in both control and experimental group there was a significant difference and experimental group was faced with better learning. Hence, with using of Merrill’s first principles of instruction and team based learning method, the level of achieving level of recall and application can be improved and rated.

 
Keyword(s): FIRST PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUCTION, TEAM BASED LEARNING, RECALL, APPLICATION
 
 
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EMAMIYAN KHESHTI, M., & GHASEMI, M., & MEHRAJI, N., & KAZEM BANIHASHEM, S., & BADALI, M. (2016). THE EFFECT OF INTEGRATION OF MERRILL’S FIRST PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUCTION WITH TEAM BASED LEARNING ON THE ACHIEVEMENT OF RECALL AND APPLICATION OF NURSING STUDENTS. JOURNAL OF NURSING EDUCATION (JNE), 5(1 (15)), 62-71. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=509900



Vancouver: Copy

EMAMIYAN KHESHTI M., GHASEMI M., MEHRAJI N., KAZEM BANIHASHEM S., BADALI M.. THE EFFECT OF INTEGRATION OF MERRILL’S FIRST PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUCTION WITH TEAM BASED LEARNING ON THE ACHIEVEMENT OF RECALL AND APPLICATION OF NURSING STUDENTS. JOURNAL OF NURSING EDUCATION (JNE). 2016 [cited 2021August03];5(1 (15)):62-71. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=509900



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EMAMIYAN KHESHTI, M., GHASEMI, M., MEHRAJI, N., KAZEM BANIHASHEM, S., BADALI, M., 2016. THE EFFECT OF INTEGRATION OF MERRILL’S FIRST PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUCTION WITH TEAM BASED LEARNING ON THE ACHIEVEMENT OF RECALL AND APPLICATION OF NURSING STUDENTS. JOURNAL OF NURSING EDUCATION (JNE), [online] 5(1 (15)), pp.62-71. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=509900.



 
 
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