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The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education 2000;6(2):390-405.
Published online December 31, 2000.
The Development and Implementation of Problem-Based Learning Module Based on Lung Cancer Case
Hwang, Seon-Young;Chang, Keum-Sung;
1Chunnam Techno-College
2Chonnam National University
폐암환자사례를 바탕으로 한 PBL 모듈의 개발과 적용
황선영, 장금성
1전남과학대학 간호과, 전남대 간호과학 연구소
2전남대 간호학과, 전남대 간호과학 연구소
Abstract
PBL is a process and an effective educational tool that empower the student to be an active participant and emphasize a clinical context for learning, developing skills in working with a group, and encouraging self-directed study. The purpose of this study was to develop the PBL module based on lung cancer case, and to evaluate after implementation. The data on lung cancer patients at C university hospital in K city were collected from interviews and nursing records in June, 1999. A PBL module was developed including situation scenarios, timetable and tutor guide. PBL course was conducted at C university for short term period (3 days) in August, 2000. Fourteen nursing students at C college were participated in this study and they were divided into two small groups. I explained them about the PBL course through a preparatory meeting. At a stage of implementation, two groups went through the same process consisting of seven steps with group meetings and self-directed study. Their performances of identifying, stating problems and presenting referred resources were evaluated and supervised by researcher. The PBL course was evaluated by them with questionnaire and essay. Most students responded positively about PBL course and preferred the tutors in a supportive attitude. However, 3 days for PBL course seemed not enough for maximal educational benefits, and many possible problems were discussed. It is necessary for nursing educators to accumulate lots of knowledge and skills regarding creating good working problems and implementing and evaluating diverse PBL tutorials to test the feasibility changing to PBL curriculum.
Key Words: Problem-Based Learning
 


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