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  1. SELF- LEARNING Prepared by:- PhD Nursing Student Ms.Taghreed H Hawsawi Under Supervision of :- Prof.Zainab Hussin
  2. Learning Objective 07/09/1444 Define self-learning module. Define Identify the components of self-learning module. Identify Know the characteristics of a good self-learning module Know Describe the role of teacher in self-learning module. Describe Distinguish advantages and disadvantages of self-learning module. Distinguish Apply of self-learning module Apply By the end of this lecture, the students will be able to:
  3. Outline 07/09/1444 Introduction. Definition of Self-learning Module. Components of self-learning module. Characteristics of a good self- learning module Role of the teacher in Self- learning Module. Advantages of Self-learning Module. Disadvantages of Self-learning Module. Application of self-learning module
  4. Introduction ◦ Self-learning module is one of the educational materials that help individualized learning. It is important to go through the module in schematic way. All need continuing education in order to possess up to date knowledge & skills for the effective delivery of health care. A variety of science & technology & is used as an effective curricular instruction 07/09/1444
  5. Definition of Self-learning 07/09/1444 Self-learning is an approach to learning where the individual makes the effort to identify their own learning needs, set learning goals, find the necessary resources, and evaluate their own knowledge. A Practice of gaining new knowledge or a new skill outside of a structured classroom environment. It typically involves a varied range of techniques that can help to develop an ability to taught new material. Self-learning module is one of the educational materials that help individualized learning. It is important to go through the module in schematic way. All need continuing education in order to possess up to date knowledge & skills for the effective delivery of health care. A variety of science & technology & is used as an effective curricular instruction
  6. Importance of Self-learning • self-learning techniques used to strengthen important skills for the workplace, including organization and problem-solving. Develop secondary skills for your career: • Learner motivated apply skills of new projects and resolve any situations encounter. Become more confident & competent skills: • People who self-learn can determine the steps to use for gaining new knowledge based on their learning style, schedules or overall preferences. Choose your learning path: • Instead of using a set curriculum, you can determine the speed of your learning process and optimize it to fit your preferences and goals. Learn at your own pace: 07/09/1444
  7. Components of Self learning Module 07/09/1444 Title Table of contents Pre-requisites Pre-requisites The instructional Objective Behavioral objective Direction for use Introduction Learning activities Pretest Instructional Aides Post-test
  8. Characteristic s Of A Good Self- Learning Module Each module must contain only one particular concept The module must be self-motivating The module must contain self-teaching and self-leaning materials which enable the students to work independently with minimum teacher assistance The objectives, martials and activities must be properly and logically sequenced: specific, observable, measurable and attainable. The module must be written in a clear, correct and simple language within the full comprehension of the learner.
  9. The Role of Teacher in Self-learning Module 07/09/1444 Director of learning Consultant Evaluator
  10. Advantage of SLMs For students For teachers  They work at their own pace  They assume responsibility for learning  They find that textbooks are not the only source of learning  They know exactly what they have to learn  They encourage to master the module  Competition for grades is reduced  They have time to pay attention to individual learning problems  They can identify problems earlier  They are free to serve as resource persons, to answer questions and to help those who need help  There is better cooperation between teacher and students.
  11. Disadvantages of Self- learning Module It is not an option for participants who are not skilled readers It is not recommended for all topics, especially complex ones Individualized learning may lead to further participants questions may be left unanswered There is limited or no interaction with peers Learners may be less than honest about their results and thus forego needed learning.
  13. 07/09/1444 Table of contents
  14. Purpose or general aim 07/09/1444 By the End of General Nursing Orientation program GNO the novice nurses will be able to:- To access hospital facilities independently. To prepare basic nursing skills equipment. To reach all resources centers in the hospital independently. To use all computerize documentation under-supervision of nursing preceptors. To Understand policy and procedures as well as guideline basic general nursing skills under-supervision of nursing preceptors. To implement basic life support under-supervision of nursing preceptors.
  15. Pre-requisites 07/09/1444 Have a Saudi council license in nursing since . Newly apply in the hospital. Completing nursing internship in nursing since. Able to work physically and mentality .
  16. Objective 07/09/1444 • Each learner should successfully complete, and pass the post test for this module. The instructional Objective • It is expected that you direct yourself to gain competence in the theoretical assessment using the Trusts resources. Behavioral objective:
  17. Direction for use This training package is for use by nurse practitioners for initial training, continual updating and self-assessment  It is designed for you to direct your own learning to achieve the competence level and Trust standard required for this skill  The flexibility of self-directed learning will allow you to utilize your time for study to obtain both theoretical knowledge and practical skills  You must successfully complete the theory preparations and assessments prior to undergoing supervised practice. The length of time for supervised practice should be negotiated between the individual and the supervisor 07/09/1444
  18. Introduction ◦ Nurses who join newly to job are mostly experiencing a multi-dimensional challenges not limited to mentioned, that is categorized to:- Psychosocial:- Fair of communicating with patient, healthcare worker and their leaders. Anxiety of engaging to new system and tension of achieving desired out-comes. Practical:- providing nursing care to their patient, supporting system requirement independently. Implementing hospital policy producers and regulation to reach optimal competency. Attitudes:- Which is mostly related to punctuality, HR and Administration issues. 07/09/1444
  19. Learning activities: 07/09/1444 Viewing Journal articles Viewing Textbooks from library. Visiting Web sites. Watching video tapes.
  20. Pretest:  Which may contain all types of questions (complete, true or false, matching, definition... etc).  Each question should obviously have a written score and written time upon it.  General Basic nursing skills. 07/09/1444
  21. Instructional Aides: ◦ Approved hospital Policy, producers and guideline. ◦ Case presentation. ◦ Videos to watch real cases. ◦ Nursing lap demonstration for basic general practice. 07/09/1444
  22. 07/09/1444 Post test  Should cover all objectives of the module.  Which contains all types of questions (complete, true or false, matching definition... etc.).  Each question should obviously have a written score and written time upon it.  Practical exam will also be established.
  23. References Kareem, J., Mathew, M. M., & David, D. (2022). Textual and Media- Based Self-Learning Modules: Support for Achievement in Algebra and Geometry. International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments (IJVPLE), 12(1), 1-16. Logan, R. M., Johnson, C. E., & Worsham, J. W. (2021). Development of an e-learning module to facilitate student learning and outcomes. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 16(2), 139-142. Zhang, T., Taub, M., & Chen, Z. (2021, April). Measuring the impact of COVID-19 induced campus closure on student self-regulated learning in physics online learning modules. In LAK21: 11th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference (pp. 110-120). Rowntree, D.,(2016): Developing Courses for students, 4th ed., McGraw-Hill Book Company, London, P.43-44