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Yeh, Vicky J.H. – ProQuest LLC, 2018
Communication breakdown among healthcare providers is a major contributing factor in healthcare errors that could lead to serious patient harm. The ability to convey patient information accurately and promptly is pivotal in order for healthcare providers to make informed care decisions. However, pre-licensure nursing students rarely have…
Descriptors: Nursing Students, Mastery Learning, Nursing Education, Communication Skills
Reid, Ethna R. – Forum on Public Policy Online, 2010
By presenting a brief general history of educators' efforts and struggles to influence the intellectual and social growth of young children, it will help the reader understand why the Exemplary Center for Reading Instruction (ECRI), a research and consulting group concerned with instructional practices, sought for and obtained funds from the U.S.…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Young Children, Program Effectiveness, Psychomotor Skills
Islam, Gazi – ProQuest LLC, 2013
Surgery as a profession requires significant training to improve both clinical decision making and psychomotor proficiency. In the medical knowledge domain, tools have been developed, validated, and accepted for evaluation of surgeons' competencies. However, assessment of the psychomotor skills still relies on the Halstedian model of…
Descriptors: Surgery, Medical Education, Skill Development, Physicians
Ross, Jennifer Gunberg – ProQuest LLC, 2011
Simulation is a teaching method that closely replicates reality by integrating all three learning domains: cognitive, affective, and psychomotor. Despite the widespread use of simulation in nursing education today, there is a dearth of empirical evidence supporting the use of simulation to teach psychomotor skills. Furthermore, there is no…
Descriptors: Evidence, Experimental Groups, Learning Laboratories, Statistical Analysis
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Uzuntiryaki, Esen; Aydin, Yesim Capa – Research in Science Education, 2009
This study described the process of developing and validating the College Chemistry Self-Efficacy Scale (CCSS) that can be used to assess college students' beliefs in their ability to perform essential tasks in chemistry. In the first phase, data collected from 363 college students provided evidence for the validity and reliability of the new…
Descriptors: College Students, Self Efficacy, Chemistry, Measures (Individuals)
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Silberstein, Dalia; Feldman, Ruth; Gardner, Judith M.; Karmel, Bernard Z.; Kuint, Jacob; Geva, Ronny – Infancy, 2009
Although feeding problems are common during infancy and are typically accompanied by relational difficulties, little research observed the mother-infant feeding relationship across the first year as an antecedent to the development of feeding difficulties. We followed 76 low-risk premature infants and their mothers from the transition to oral…
Descriptors: Mothers, Nutrition, Premature Infants, Parent Child Relationship
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Kawaguchi, Jeffrey K. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2009
Context: Assessing clinical proficiency and documenting learning over time is quite challenging. Educators must look for unique ways to effectively examine students' performance and archive evidence of their academic progress. Objective: To discuss the use of video analysis to bridge the gap from educational competency to clinical proficiency, and…
Descriptors: Athletics, Academic Achievement, Physical Fitness, Competence
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Tataroglu, Eylem – European Journal of Educational Research, 2012
Primary education (1-8 Grades) Visual Arts Instruction Schedule is a program built up and constituted by a commission composed of academicians and specialist teachers in their fields within the body of Ministry of National Education in year 2006 on the basis of "constructivist approach" philosophy of education. Instruction Schedule…
Descriptors: Visual Arts, Psychomotor Skills, Constructivism (Learning), Affective Behavior
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Galyean, Beverly-Colleene – Educational Leadership, 1983
Teaching with imagery can help students focus on lessons, retain information, improve psychomotor skills, and accept themselves and others. (Author)
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Elementary Secondary Education, Fantasy, Imagery
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Li, Xiaoming; Atkins, Melissa S.; Stanton, Bonita – Merrill-Palmer Quarterly: Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2006
Data from 122 Head Start children were analyzed to examine the impact of computer use on school readiness and psychomotor skills. Children in the experimental group were given the opportunity to work on a computer for 15-20 minutes per day with their choice of developmentally appropriate educational software, while the control group received a…
Descriptors: Experimental Groups, Control Groups, School Readiness, Disadvantaged Youth
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Owens, Laura D.; Walden, Debra J. – Journal of Nursing Education, 2001
To decrease nursing students' anxiety during psychomotor skills testing in learning laboratories, paid peer instructors were trained to assist. Over 3 years, 270 students participated and reported positive outcomes. (SK)
Descriptors: Higher Education, Learning Laboratories, Nursing Education, Peer Teaching
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Hong, Jon-Chao; Lin, Chan-li; Lin, Ya-ling – Journal of Technology Studies, 2007
To help cultivate future talent for creating technology, the PowerTech Youth Creativity Contest was first held in 2000 by the Taiwan Creativity Development Association (TCDA) and the National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU). It has since been organized regularly on a yearly basis, with the number of contending teams growing from 78 in the first…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Creativity, Technology, Competition
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Yildirim, Kamil; Arastaman, Gökhan; Dasci, Elif – Eurasian Journal of Educational Research, 2016
Problem Statement: The quality of teaching at schools mostly depends on the teachers' competencies. One of these competencies is measurement and evaluation (MaE). Evaluation of the students' cognitive, affective, and psychomotor development requires skills and knowledge about various measuring tools and techniques. It is essential for a teacher to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Measurement, Student Evaluation
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Kawaguchi, Jeffrey K.; Babcock, Garth; Little, Andrew – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2008
Context: According to the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) Standards for the Accreditation of Entry-Level Athletic Training Education Programs, athletic training students (ATSs) must complete clinical experiences that provide opportunities to integrate cognitive function, psychomotor skills, and affective…
Descriptors: Athletics, Student Attitudes, Physical Activity Level, Physical Activities
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Werner, Peter – Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1974
Concludes that guided instruction in psychomotor skills at the nursery school level leads to significant improvements in motor patterns for boys and girls. (RB)
Descriptors: Educational Research, Females, Males, Motor Development
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