EFFECTIVENESS OF KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE WITH GENDER AWARENESS INTEGRATED WITH THE NURSING CURRICULUM - FLIPPED CLASSROOM
Yueh-Chin Chung, Ph. D.*
Objectives: This study aims to explore the effectiveness of knowledge and attitude with gender awareness integrated with the nursing curriculum flipped classroom. Methods: The collect data by using questionnaire survey, qualitative interview and flipped classroom method. The data analyzed using percentage, mean, t- test, and Pearson correlation with SPSS17.0. Results: A total of 80.4% of the 46 samples were female (37), with ages ranging from 20 to 24 years. Among them, 8 (17.4%) took the gender awareness curriculum. The knowledge of gender awareness score was significant difference between the pre- and post-tests(0.62 Â± 0.21 vs 0.71 Â± 0.18), intervention were significantly better than before (pï¼œ0.001). The case care of gender awareness score was significant difference between the pre- and post-tests(3.01 Â± 0.50 vs 3.22 Â± 0.49), intervention were significantly better than before (pï¼œ0.001). The average satisfaction degree of all the intervention activities was 4.18 (SD = 0.22), and the average score of each sub problem was between the degree of high degree of consent (M = 3.89 - 4.72). Conclusions: The research and development of gender awareness of teaching materials, gender awareness curriculum knowledge, and attitude after the intervention activities have improved, high satisfaction with the intervention activities. The results provide a reference for teaching of community health nursing in the future.
Keywords: Gender awareness, Flipped classroom, Community health nursing, Knowledge, Attitude.
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