An Examination of the Effect Two Different Evaluation Methods Used in CPR Training Have on the Learning Process


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KORKMAZ F. D. , ÖZŞAKER E. , Tasdemir N., Karacabay K.

CROATIAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION-HRVATSKI CASOPIS ZA ODGOJ I OBRAZOVANJE, cilt.18, ss.157-175, 2016 (SSCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi)

  • Cilt numarası: 18 Konu: 1
  • Basım Tarihi: 2016
  • Doi Numarası: 10.15516/cje.v18i1.1323
  • Dergi Adı: CROATIAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION-HRVATSKI CASOPIS ZA ODGOJ I OBRAZOVANJE
  • Sayfa Sayısı: ss.157-175

Özet

The aim was to analyze the effects of two different assessment methods on the
learning process in CPR training. This quasi-experimental study design included
two groups consisting of 152 third-year students. Group I students evaluated
themselves by watching the videotapes and performing the CPR practice once again,
while Group II students were evaluated by their trainers and asked to perform
this skill again after receiving feedback. It was found that there was no significant
difference between the self-assessment method and the feedback provided by their
trainers (F=1.8362, p=.245, p>0.05). It was determined that with the videotapes
used by Group I students, insufficient/incorrect practices were easier to spot during
the self-assessment process.

The aim was to analyze the effects of two different assessment methods on the learning process in CPR training. This quasi-experimental study design included two groups consisting of 152 third-year students. Group I students evaluated themselves by watching the videotapes and performing the CPR practice once again, while Group II students were evaluated by their trainers and asked to perform this skill again after receiving feedback. It was found that there was no significant difference between the self-assessment method and the feedback provided by their trainers (F=1.8362, p=.245, p>0.05). It was determined that with the videotapes used by Group I students, insufficient/incorrect practices were easier to spot during the self-assessment process.