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Exploring the relationships between teaching, approaches to learning and critical thinking in a problem-based learning foundation nursing course - ScienceDirect

Exploring the relationships between teaching, approaches to learning and critical thinking in a problem-based learning foundation nursing course - ScienceDirect

Undergraduate nursing programmes are responsible for providing teaching and learning that develops students' knowledge, skills and attitudes in alignment with contemporary nursing standards and healthcare demands. Problem-based learning (PBL) as a pedagogy uses authentic artefacts reflecting real-world situations for students to practice problem-solving skills through collaboration with their peers. PBL was introduced in a foundation nursing course delivered in a regional university in Queensland, Australia. This paper presents the findings of a study exploring the relationships between nursing students' individual characteristics and perceptions of learning environments, teaching in PBL mode, approaches to learning, and critical thinking skill readiness. The study was guided by an... Show More
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