Integration between Teaching and Learning Activities and Public Mind of Nursing Students


This project was the integration between teaching and learning activities and public mind of nursing students at Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Nakhonratchasima. The purposes of this descriptive study were to determine the effects of teaching and learning activities for promoting graduated characteristics of nursing students and to evaluate their behavior of public mind after participation in this project.
The sample was 106 students nurses. Participants were selected by random sampling. Data were collected from December 2010 to January 2011 using questionnaire and then analyzed by using description statistics.
The results of study from 106 participants revealed that most of them were 95 female (89.62%) aged 20 years old (72%). All of those participants (100%) participated with the project for 3 days. Mean scores of opinion on project service, project activities, humanistic dimension, service dimension, learning dimension were in good level (= 4.24, S.D. = .42; = 4.48, S.D. = .40; = 4.33, S.D. = .46; = 4.37, S.D.= .49; = 4.40, S.D.= .51).
Based on the results, the integration project for promoting public mind of nursing students should be done to motivate and encourage their graduated characteristics.

Key word: teaching and learning activity, public mind, nursing student

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Jongkolnee Tuicharoen, Boromarajonani Collage of Nursing, Thailand

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Conference: ACAH2013
Stream: Arts & Humanities

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Tuicharoen J. (2013) Integration between Teaching and Learning Activities and Public Mind of Nursing Students ISSN: 2186-229X – The Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities 2013 – Official Conference Proceedings
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