Evalvacija izkušenj visokošolskih učiteljev zdravstvene nege, pridobljenih na digitalnem modularnem tečaju

Avtorji

  • Sabina Ličen Univerza na Primorskem, Fakulteta za vede o zdravju, Katedra za zdravstveno nego, Izola
  • Igor Karnjuš Univerza na Primorskem, Fakulteta za vede o zdravju, Katedra za zdravstveno nego, Izola
  • Mirko Prosen Univerza na Primorskem, Fakulteta za vede o zdravju, Katedra za zdravstveno nego, Izola

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/as/10547

Ključne besede:

e-izobraževanje, spletno učenje, učitelji zdravstvene nege, kakovost, visokošolsko izobraževanje

Povzetek

Pandemija covida-19 je prinesla nov izziv za uvajanje IKT v izobraževanje. Hkrati se je pokazala tudi potreba izobraževalnih ustanov po razvijanju standardov in na podlagi teh zagotavljanju kakovosti pri načrtovanju uporabe digitalne tehnologije. Namen raziskave je bil evalvirati izkušnje visokošolskih učiteljev zdravstvene nege v Sloveniji, pridobljene na devettedenskem modularnem spletnem tečaju o oblikovanju, izvajanju in vrednotenju spletnih učnih enot, ki je bil pripravljen na podlagi standarda kakovosti za digitalno izobraževanje. Uporabljen je bil pristop mešanih metod dela. Evalvacija izkušenj učiteljev zdravstvene nege je potekala s kvantitativno (presečna raziskava) in kvalitativno (fokusna skupina) metodo. Cronbachov koeficient alfa za celoten vprašalnik je bil 0,921, kar nakazuje na odlično notranjo skladnost vprašalnika, razvitega za namen evalvacije. Na podlagi tematske analize smo opredelili tri teme. Ob zaključku tečaja so učitelji zdravstvene nege izrazili željo po dodatnih tečajih, na katerih bi pridobili in poglobili znanje o pripravi, izvedbi in evalvaciji izobraževalne enote s pomočjo digitalne tehnologije.

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14.04.2022

Kako citirati

Ličen, S., Karnjuš, I., & Prosen, M. (2022). Evalvacija izkušenj visokošolskih učiteljev zdravstvene nege, pridobljenih na digitalnem modularnem tečaju. Andragoška Spoznanja, 28(1), 43–55. https://doi.org/10.4312/as/10547