Vol. 11 No. 2 (2023): International Journal of Nursing Care

Training program concern employ energetic learning strategies among Pediatric nursing students: developmental study

Howaida Moawad Ahmed Ali

Published 2023-06-14


  • Training program, pediatric nursing students, energetic learning strategies

How to Cite

Training program concern employ energetic learning strategies among Pediatric nursing students: developmental study. (2023). International Journal of Nursing Care, 11(2), 18-26. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijonc.v11i2.19329


Strengthening pediatric nursing students to keep pace with digital development so that they can choose an active
learning strategy that suits their educational goals, identify educational resources, and have the ability
toevaluate themselves.
Purpose and design: This study was adopted a quasi-experimental pre and posttest equivalent experiment and
control group, design to examine the effects of training programon developmental levelof pediatric nursing
student’s related toemploy energetic learning strategies and self-efficacy.
Sample and setting:hundred nursing students who enrolled in Pediatric Nursing course in nursing faculty,
Benha university, Egypt.
Instruments:Tool 1: The Learning and Study Strategies Inventory (LASSI) to measure learning and study
practices and attitudes. Tool II: " Modified Short version self-efficacy (SES) to measure student’s self-efficacy.
Tool III: "Modified Short version the flow state scale (FSS) to measure positive optimal experience experiment
group only post applies on pediatric nursing course content.
Results:There was statistically positive correlation between pediatric nursing students' female gender with
urban residence and well-mannered developmental level concerning the Learning and Study Strategies
Inventory, employs energetic learning strategies and their self-efficacy soon after training program. The
majority of subgroup pediatric nursing students’ trial reported that high score and narrated efficiency learning
strategies was animation videos and simulation in practical content and web/computer assisted learning and
problem-based learning in theoretical content. Conclusion and recommendation: Research assert that training
program was effective and linked with high developmental level of pediatric nursing students about employing
active learning strategies and self-efficacy.Distributingthe content of the pediatric nursing curriculum on
energetic learning strategies and directing students to learning the course according to the appropriate strategy
type this is after their creativity in applying.