A Development of Learning Model for Basic Nursing Course in Enhancing the Academic Achievement of Nursing Students at Saint Theresa International College

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Veena Bhakdisirivichai
Vassna Pongsupasa
Vanee Pothinakorn
Surang Prungdij


This action research aimed to develop a pedagogical model for the undergraduate nursing course called STIC to improve the academic performance of nursing students at Saint Theresa International College. A classroom action research design was used. The research process consisted of four basic criteria including plan, act, observe, and reflect. The subjects were 97 first-year nursing students at Saint Theresa International College in the academic year 2019. Data were collected using questionnaires and assessment instruments developed by the researchers. The results showed that 1) the mean score on the academic achievement of the Fundamental nursing course after applying the STIC model was significantly higher than that of before applying the STIC model at .01. the mean scores on satisfaction and happiness in learning of the nursing students were at a high level, and 2) the STIC model, a learning model for the Fundamental Nursing course, consisted of 4 components, namely situation, reflective thinking, inquiry method, and cooperative learning. Therefore, the STIC model can improve the academic performance of nursing students.


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Bhakdisirivichai ว, Pongsupasa ว, Pothinakorn ว, Prungdij ส. A Development of Learning Model for Basic Nursing Course in Enhancing the Academic Achievement of Nursing Students at Saint Theresa International College. NJPH (วารสาร พ.ส.) [Internet]. 2021 Dec. 30 [cited 2022 May 19];31(3):58-69. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tnaph/article/view/255640


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