THE EFFECT OF STOP-MOTION LEARNING MEDIA ON SYSTEM THINKING OF NURSING STUDENTS AT BOROMARAJONANI COLLEGE OF NURSING, CHANGWAT NONTHABURI

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Nichada Santwanpas
Siriporn Opasawatchai
Waealya Sangpithak
Wanida Chawajaroenpan
Pattarreeya Damrongsat

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This research aimed to compare system thinking of nursing students before and after using stop-motion learning media. Participants were nursing students at Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Changwat Nonthaburi. Thirty students were selected using purposive sampling from first year nursing student. The research instruments were a three-module learning media on patient safety: safe sex and social media, a system thinking questionnaire, a satisfaction toward stop motion learning media questionnaire, and a demographic information form. Three content experts rated their opinion on Item Objective Congruence of content validity on the learning media and questionnaires. Cronbachs alpha reliability of the system thinking questionnaire and the satisfaction questionnaire were .97 and .87, respectively. Data were collected in May 2016 and analyzed for frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and dependent t-test. Results showed the mean score of satisfaction toward stop motion learning media of nursing students were at the highest level. After participated in stop-motion learning media, the mean score of system thinking of nursing students was significantly higher than before using the learning media (p < .05)

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