Developing of an Interactive Web-based Learning Medias on Pediatric Nursing Skills for Student Nurses


  • ณัฏฐณิชา ศรีบุณยวัฒน Assistance Professor , Faculty of Nursing, Chiang Mai University
  • ศรีมนา นิยมค้า Assistance Professor, Faculty of Nursing, Chiang Mai University
  • จุฑารัตน์ มีสุขโข Assistance Professor, Faculty of Nursing, Chiang Mai University
  • ฐิติมา สุขเลิศตระกูล Assistance Professor, Faculty of Nursing, Chiang Mai University
  • พัชราภรณ์ อารีย์ Associate Professor, Faculty of Nursing, Chiang Mai University
  • จันท์พิมพ์ สารากร Lecturer, Faculty of Nursing, Chiang Mai University


Development, Interactive web-based, Nurse student, Pediatric nursing


To encourage understanding, retention, and satisfaction with instruction, the multimedia web-based learning is recognized as one of the alternative teaching techniques to supplement the traditional classroom style. This development research study aimed to develop and to evaluate the efficiency of an interactive web-based learning medias on pediatric nursing skills for student nurses, composed of tub-bath, suction, feeding, and oxygen. Fifty nurse students were chosen by simple random sampling. The research instruments, which were developed by the researcher, included 1) demographic data profile, 2) pre-and post knowledge assessments on pediatric nursing skills and satisfaction questionnaires. These pre-and post knowledge on four skills of pediatric nursing questionnaires were validated by the expert panel and the scale content validity index of scale was .81, .88, .89, and 80 respectively. The stability reliability by
Kuder-Richardison formula 21(KR-21) values of the scale was acceptable at .91, .88, .86, and 93, respectively. And 3) an interactive web-based learning medias a newly developed by researcher. The efficiency of an interactive web-based learning media was tested through individual and small group use, and by field test. Data was analyzed using description statistic and paired t-test.

The results showed that interactive web-based efficiency was 80.6/81.3indicating acceptable criterion (80/80). It can be used as a way to broaden the knowledge of pediatric nursing students and thus improve their practices of pediatric nursing practice.


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