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Year 2017, Volume 4, Issue 1, 74 - 79, 30.06.2017
https://doi.org/10.17261/Pressacademia.2017.520

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  • Kaddoura, M. A. 2011, "Critical Thinking Skills of Nursing Students in Lecture-Based Teaching and Case-Based Learning,", International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, vol. 5: no. 2, pp. 1-18.
  • Kala, S., Isaramalai, S., Pohthong, A. 2010, “Electronic Learning and Constructivism: A Model for Nursing Education”, Nurse Education Today, vol. 30, pp. 61-66.
  • Kaya, N, Bolol, N, Turan, N, Kaya, H, İşçi, Ç. (2011, “Kulak Burun Boğaz Kliniklerinde Çalışan Hemşirelerin Karar Verme Stratejileri ve Mesleki Doyumları (Decision-making Strategies and Professional Satisfaction of Nurses Working in Ear Nose Throat Clinics) “, Fırat Tıp Dergisi (Fırat Medical Journal), vol. 16, no.1, pp.25-31.
  • Kaveevivitchai, C., Chuengkriankrai, B., Luecha,Y., Thanooruk, R., Panijpan , B., Ruenwongsa, P. 2009, “Enhancing Nursing Students’ Skills in Vital Signs Assessment by Using Multimedia Computer-Assisted Learning with Integrated Content of Anatomy and Physiology” Nurse Education Today, vol. 29, pp. 65–72.
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  • Kim, J., Park, J.H., Shin, S. 2016, “Effectiveness of Simulation-Based Nursing Education Depending on Fidelity: A Metaanalysis”, BMC Medical Education, vol.16, pp.152-159.
  • Lai, C.Y., Wu, C.C. 2012, “Supporting Nursing Students’ Critical Thinking with a Mobile Web Learning Environment”, Nurse Educator, vol. 37, no. 6, pp. 235-236.
  • Lavoie, P., Clarke,S. P. 2017, “Simulation in Nursing Education”, Nursing Management, vol. 48, no. 2, pp. 16-17.
  • Maag, M. (2006). “Ipod, Upod? An Emerging Mobile Learning Tool in Nursing Education and Students’ Satisfaction”. L. Markauskaite, P. Goodyear, P. Reimann (Eds.), Proceedings of the 23rd Annual ascilite conference: Who’s Learning? Whose Technology, Sydney University Press, pp. 483–492.
  • Mancuso, J.M. 2009, “Perceptions of Distance Education among Nursing Faculty Members in North America”, Nursing and Health Sciences, vol. 11, pp. 194–205.
  • Mee, S. 2014, “Is Distance Education the Answer to the Nursing Shortage?”, Open Journal of Nursing, vol. 4, pp. 158-162.
  • Papathanasiou, I., Kotrotsiou, S., Bletsa, V. 2007, “Nursing Documentation and Recording Systems of Nursing Care”, Health Science Journal, vol. 1, no.4.
  • Papathanasiou, I. V., Kleisiaris, C. F., Fradelos, E. C., Kakou, K., Kourkouta, L. 2014, “Critical Thinking: The Development of an Essential Skill for Nursing Students”, Acta Informatica Medica, vol. 22, no.4, pp. 283-286.
  • Porter-O’Grady, T., Igein, G., Alexander, D., Blaylock, B., McComb, D., Williams, S., 2005, “Critical Thinking for Nursing Leadership”, Nurse Leader, pp. 28-31.
  • Price, B. 2015, “Applying Critical Thinking to Nursing” Nursing Standard, vol. 29, no. 51, pp. 49-58.
  • Pucer, P., Trobec, I., Žvanut, B. 2014, “An İnformation Communication Technology Based Approach for The Acquisition of Critical Thinking Skills”, Nurse Education Today, vol. 34, 964-970.
  • Radhakrishnan, K., Roche, J.P., Cunnigham, H. 2007, “Measuring Clinical Practice Parameters with Human Patient Simulators: A Pilot Study”, International Journal of Nursing Education Schorship, vol. 4, no.1, pp. 1-10.
  • Raman, J. 2015, “Mobile Technology in Nursing Education: Where Do We Go From Here? A Review Of The Literature”, Nurse Education Today, vol. 35, pp. 663-672.
  • Reviriego, E., Cidoncha, M. Á., Asua, J., Gagnon, M. P., Mateos, M., Gárate L., de Lorenzo, E., González, R. M. 2014, “Online Training Course on Critical Appraisal for Nurses: Adaptation and Assessment”, BMC Medical Education, vol. 14, pp. 1-10.
  • Seven, M., Çınar, F.İ., Fidancı, B.E., Akyüz, A., 2014, “Nurses' Perspective of Distance Post-Graduate Education: A Turkish Study”, International Journal of Caring Sciences , vol 7, no 2, pp. 652-661.
  • Sharoff, L. 2013, “Simulation and Learning to Care for Patients: Acute Alcohol Withdrawal”, Journal of Contemporary Medicine, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 22-27.
  • Shellenbarger, T., Robb, M. 2015, “Technology-Based Strategies for Promoting Clinical Reasoning Skills in Nursing Education”, Nurse Educator, vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 79-82.
  • Shirrell, D. 2008, “Critical Thinking as a Predictor of Success in an Associate Degree Nursing Program”, Teaching and Learning in Nursing, vol. 3, no.4, pp. 131-136.
  • Solnick, A., Weiss, S., 2007. “High Fidelity Simulation in Nursing Education: A Review of the Literature“, Clinical Simulation in Nursing Education, vol. 3, pp. e41-e45.
  • Swan, B.A., Smith, K.A., Frisby, A., Shaffer, K., Hanson-Zalot, M., Becker, J., 2013., “Evaluating Tablet Technology in an Undergraduate Nursing Program”, Nursing Education Perspectives, vol.34, no.3 ,pp. 192–193.
  • Şenyuva, E., Taşocak, G. 2014, “Implementation of Web-Based Distance Education in Nursing Education in Turkey: A Sample Lesson in Patient Education”, International Journal of Distance Education Technologies, vol. 12 no.3, pp. 1-13.
  • Wu, T.T. 2014, “Using Smart Mobile Devices in Social-Network-Based Health Educationpractice: A Learning Behavior Analysis”, Nurse Education Today, vol. 34, pp. 958-963.
  • Wyatt, T.H., Krasukopf, P.B., Gaylord, N.M., Ward, A., Huffstutler-Hawkins, S., Goodwin, L. 2010, “Cooperative M-Learning with Nurse Practitioner Students”, Nursing Education Perspectives, vol. 31, no.2, pp. 109-113.
  • Yoo, M.S., Park, J.H. 2014,“Effect of case-based learning on the development of graduate nurses' problem-solving ability”, Nurse Education Today, vol. 34, pp. 47-51.

SIGNIFICANCE OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED ENVIRONMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS

Year 2017, Volume 4, Issue 1, 74 - 79, 30.06.2017
https://doi.org/10.17261/Pressacademia.2017.520

Abstract

In parallel with the increase of the students, there is a rapid increase use of technology. Wider accessibility to internet, use of e-mails, web sources, use of advanced mobile gadgets and simulators further fuels the use of technology. However, it is of crucial importance that technology-based learning environment has high-security hardware, that it embodies features that will properly suit their level of and help their development of cognitive, psychomotor and social development process of the students. Therefore, online class/labs and online applied conference/courses–when used effectively-will positively contribute to development of critical thinking skills, an indispensible part and major aim of contemporary education.Therefore, it is vital that technology-based learning environment is utilized and its significant is appreciated in order to enable development and actual practice of critical thinking skills by the nursing faculty members and the students. 

References

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  • Shellenbarger, T., Robb, M. 2015, “Technology-Based Strategies for Promoting Clinical Reasoning Skills in Nursing Education”, Nurse Educator, vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 79-82.
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  • Swan, B.A., Smith, K.A., Frisby, A., Shaffer, K., Hanson-Zalot, M., Becker, J., 2013., “Evaluating Tablet Technology in an Undergraduate Nursing Program”, Nursing Education Perspectives, vol.34, no.3 ,pp. 192–193.
  • Şenyuva, E., Taşocak, G. 2014, “Implementation of Web-Based Distance Education in Nursing Education in Turkey: A Sample Lesson in Patient Education”, International Journal of Distance Education Technologies, vol. 12 no.3, pp. 1-13.
  • Wu, T.T. 2014, “Using Smart Mobile Devices in Social-Network-Based Health Educationpractice: A Learning Behavior Analysis”, Nurse Education Today, vol. 34, pp. 958-963.
  • Wyatt, T.H., Krasukopf, P.B., Gaylord, N.M., Ward, A., Huffstutler-Hawkins, S., Goodwin, L. 2010, “Cooperative M-Learning with Nurse Practitioner Students”, Nursing Education Perspectives, vol. 31, no.2, pp. 109-113.
  • Yoo, M.S., Park, J.H. 2014,“Effect of case-based learning on the development of graduate nurses' problem-solving ability”, Nurse Education Today, vol. 34, pp. 47-51.

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Subjects Humanities, Multidisciplinary
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Nur Guven Ozdemir This is me


Nuray Turan


Hatice Kaya

Publication Date June 30, 2017
Published in Issue Year 2017, Volume 4, Issue 1

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APA Guven Ozdemir, N. , Turan, N. & Kaya, H. (2017). SIGNIFICANCE OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED ENVIRONMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS . PressAcademia Procedia , 4 (1) , 74-79 . DOI: 10.17261/Pressacademia.2017.520
MLA Guven Ozdemir, N. , Turan, N. , Kaya, H. "SIGNIFICANCE OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED ENVIRONMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS" . PressAcademia Procedia 4 (2017 ): 74-79 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/pap/issue/33392/371343>
Chicago Guven Ozdemir, N. , Turan, N. , Kaya, H. "SIGNIFICANCE OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED ENVIRONMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS". PressAcademia Procedia 4 (2017 ): 74-79
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Vancouver Guven Ozdemir N. , Turan N. , Kaya H. SIGNIFICANCE OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED ENVIRONMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS. PressAcademia Procedia. 2017; 4(1): 74-79.
IEEE N. Guven Ozdemir , N. Turan and H. Kaya , "SIGNIFICANCE OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED ENVIRONMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS", PressAcademia Procedia, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 74-79, Jun. 2017, doi:10.17261/Pressacademia.2017.520

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