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Publisher: Universidade de São Paulo
Journal: Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Computer-assisted instruction, Instrucción por Computador, Aprendizaje, RT1-120, Learning, Medicine, R, Nursing, Electrocardiografía, Simulation, Computer-Assisted Instruction, Electrocardiography, Educación en Enfermería, Internet, Education, Nursing, Simulación
Objective: To identify the association between the use of web simulation electrocardiography and the learning approaches, strategies and styles of nursing degree students. Method: A descriptive and correlational design with a one-group pretest– posttest measurement was used. The study sample included 246 students in a Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support nursing class of nursing degree. Results: No significant differences between genders were found in any dimension of learning styles and approaches to learning. After the introduction of web simulation electrocardiography, significant differences were found in some item scores of learning styles: theorist (p < 0.040), pragmatic (p < 0.010) and approaches to learning. Conclusion: The use of a web electrocardiogram (ECG) simulation is associated with the development of active and reflexive learning styles, improving motivation and a deep approach in nursing students.
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