Title

The Flipped Classroom With Case-Based Learning in Graduate Nurse Anesthesia Education.

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

6-2021

Publication Title

AANA Journal

Abstract

A pilot study was conducted to compare student academic performance and course satisfaction with the flipped classroom (a type of blended learning) and casebased learning in a graduate nurse anesthesia program. Quiz, test, and student satisfaction survey scores from a neuroanesthesia principles course were compared between 2 first-year nurse anesthesia student cohorts taught in a flipped classroom with case-based learning (n=17) vs traditional lecture-based classroom (n=19). Mean preclass and postclass quiz scores (SD) improved significantly in both the flipped classroom (8.41 [0.870] vs 8.94 [0.243], P=.03, α =.05) and traditional classroom (8.68 [0.58], P=.03, α .05). Between cohorts, no significant differences were found on mean preclass (8.41 vs 8.68, P=.34, α

Volume

89

Issue

3

First Page

254

Last Page

260

ISSN

2162-5239

PubMed ID

34042577

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