Effect of Using Case Study Teaching Strategy on Nursing Students’ Perception of Teaching Effectiveness

Authors

  • Abeer Mohamed Abdelkader1 , Aishah Abdulrahman Almefarfesh2

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijone.v12i4.11264

Keywords:

Case-study, Effective teaching, Nursing students, Nursing education.

Abstract

Background: A case-study approach in teaching promotes the level of knowledge retention by nursing
students, enhances their critical thinking skills, and expands their problem-solving capabilities.
Purpose: This study aimed to determine the effect of using case study teaching strategy on nursing students’
perception of teaching effectiveness.
Method: Quasi experimental/pre and post-test research design was used in this study
Results: Post-test mean scores were significantly higher than the pre-test mean scores of all teaching
effectiveness domains named space & equipment, classmate- interaction, academic goal, teaching method,
internship & practicum, and course content. Also, a positive attitude towards case-study teaching strategy
reported by the participants.
Conclusion: The implemented case study as a teaching strategy had a significant positive effect on the
students’ perceptions of teaching effectiveness.

Author Biography

Abeer Mohamed Abdelkader1 , Aishah Abdulrahman Almefarfesh2

1
Professional Title: Assistant Professor, Institutional Affiliations: Faculty of Nursing/Minia University,
2Professional Title: Assistant Professor, Institutional Affiliations: College of Applied Medical Sciences,
King Faisal University

Published

2020-10-10