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Clinical Instructors' Role Experience in College of Nursing (간호대학 임상실습강사의 역할 경험)

  • Kang, Hyunju;Bang, Kyung-Sook;Park, Ji-Sun;Yu, Juyoun;Hwang, Inju
    • The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.443-451
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    • 2014
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to understand the clinical instructors' role experience in college of nursing. Method: Two focus group interviews were held with a total of 12 clinical instructors. All interviews were recorded and transcribed as they were spoken, and the collected data were analyzed using content analysis of Downe-Wamboldt(1992). Results: Three themes and six subthemes were extracted from the analysis: 1) Getting recognition of special roles as a clinical instructor: 'Recognizing the role of clinical instructor for guiding student's individual practice goals', 'Recognizing helping and supporting roles for student's successful clinical practice', 2) Having difficulty in performing the role of clinical practice instructor: 'Difficulty from the lack of knowledge and experience as a clinical practice instructor', 'Difficulty from the gap between current clinical practice and purpose of clinical nursing practice', 3) Making efforts to overcome the difficulties as a clinical instructor and accomplishing personal development: 'Making efforts to acquire personal knowledge and experience', 'Making a chance to reflect on and grow up oneself'. Conclusion: Clinical instructors take an important part of clinical nursing education. To improve the quality of clinical nursing education, it is needed role reestablishment and institutional support for clinical instructors on the basis of the understanding of instructors' experience.

Instructor's Experience on Simulation Education of EMT Students (응급구조학과 시뮬레이션 교육에 참여한 강사들의 경험)

  • Baek, Mi-Lye
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.11 no.7
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    • pp.210-218
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    • 2011
  • This study was conducted to identify instructor's experience on simulation education. The subjects were nine instructors in simulation education of EMT students. Data were collected through documents and in-depth interview from participants. It was analyzed by phenomenological method, using Colaizzi's method. The results of this study were as a follows. From the protocol, significant statements were organized into formulated meanings. The formulated meanings were identified 28 themes, 9 theme clusters, and 4 categories. The 4 categories were as follows; discomfort of forming the learning environment; burden of instructor's role; difficulty from insufficient education condition; possibility of new education. This study suggested that improvement of simulation education can be accomplished by providing opportunities to learn the simulation technology, using the pre-programmed scenarios, having technical support from specialist or additional operator, and adjusting the current paramedic curriculum.

A Study on Improvement for a Flight Instructor Rating (조종사 조종교육증명 한정심사 개선 방안에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Kwang-Joong;Maeng, Sung-Kyu;Yoo, Byeong-Seon
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.55-65
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    • 2012
  • An airman licensing system is central to the establishment and management of a state's airman licensing which gives official privileges to a person to perform specific activities by evaluating applicant's knowledge and proficiency. In recent decades, the level of the domestic aviation industry continues to leap forward and state's airman licensing system has also been advanced. However, accidents caused by pilot human errors are still occurring. In particular, the pilot occupations require a lot of experience and knowledge and the student pilots receiving the initial flight training have formed their own flight habits based on knowledge, skill, training methods, procedures, etc learned from the flight instructor. This paper discusses possible ways on the improvement for the domestic flight instructor rating by analyzing domestic and international rules and procedures for a flight instructor rating.

Instructor Factors and Media Richness Affecting Distance Learning Student's Intention to Use and Performance (교수자 요인과 매체풍부성이 원격교육 학습자의 이용의도와 학습성과에 미치는 영향)

  • Ryu In;Shin Seon-Jin
    • The Journal of Information Systems
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    • v.15 no.3
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    • pp.35-53
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    • 2006
  • Distance teaming systems have become popular tools for teaching and learning. The purpose of this study is to analyze influence of instructor factors and media richness on student's intention th use and performance in distance teaming. We used TAM as a theoretical foundation to explain student's behavior. The model was tested using LISREL analysis on the sample of 246 users rho have experience with the distance teaming systems. The results show that instructor factors such as luぉ style and attitude have partial effects on perceived usefulness, ease of use and media richness. In addition, results also show that both TAM variables and media richness strongly predict intention In use of the distance loaming system Finally, the usage intention has a positive effect on teaming performance. Implications of these findings are discussed for researchers and practitioners.

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Lived Experience of Clinical Nursing Instructors' Role in Clinical Practicum (간호대학 임상실습 교육자의 역할 경험)

  • Lim, Sarah;Hong, Soomin;Kim, Sanghee;Kim, Sookyung;Kim, Yielin
    • The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education
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    • v.25 no.4
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    • pp.484-495
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    • 2019
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore the role of clinical nursing instructors' lived experience in clinical practicum. Methods: Data were collected from 11 clinical nursing instructors by in-depth interviews. The data were analyzed using content analysis of Downe-Wamboldt (1992). Results: Four themes and twelve subthemes were extracted. 1) Recognizing and conducting the roles of clinical nursing instructor: 'Helping and providing support for successful clinical practicum', 'Coordinating clinical activities in daily practice', 'Providing mentoring as an elder in life'; 2) Participating in improving integrative nursing competency: 'Helping to improve cognitive competency', 'Helping to improve functional competency', 'Contributing to form desirable professionalism', 'Helping to deliberate the nature of nursing'; 3) Experiencing difficulties in performing the role of clinical nursing instructor: 'Facing with difficulty from institutional limits', 'Recognizing difficulty from lack of personal knowledge and experience'; 4) Experiencing value of clinical nursing instructor and accomplishing personal growth: 'Making efforts to widen personal knowledge and experience', 'Developing one's own educational competency', 'Making a chance to reflect oneself'. Conclusion: Despite the distinctive features of clinical nursing instructors, little is known of the characteristics. The results of this study could be used as a reference to improve the quality of clinical nursing education.

A Study of the Major Courses Operation on National Competence Standards(NCS) at Department of Library and Information Science: Focusing on Educational Experience of Instructor (문헌정보학 전공에서의 국가직무능력표준(NCS)을 활용한 교과목 운영에 관한 연구 - 교수자의 교육경험을 중심으로 -)

  • Kwon, Sun-Young;Cha, Sung-Jong
    • Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science
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    • v.27 no.3
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    • pp.129-149
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study is to examine in depth the personal experience of Instructor during National Competence Standards (NCS) Curriculum at Department of Library and Information Science. We conducted in depth interview (FGI) with participants who had recently experienced and data analysis was undertaken. We hope this study that an application of NCS would be activated fully in Library, educational institutes and qualifying examination institutes and that diverse feedbacks from related parties would makes leading to a better updated version of NCS development. As a result, First, The instructor had generally familiar with the background and purpose of the NCS. and they issued the inadequacies of job elements, non-reflection of the opinion on field education, the problems of classification of NCS. second, In the experience of NCS curriculum operating, There were the paperwork burden, Problems of methods of evaluation, evaluation period discrimination, the need to well communication with students. Third, In the problems on the NCS Curriculum operating, we found that there were The need on the proper Class size/hour, additional education, re-evaluation, Support system for NCS Curriculum operation, tools for practice, discrimination between relative evaluation and NCS evaluation, Enhancement for Competence/Standards. Fourth, On The ways of improving for NCS curriculum, We found that There were Class size, Support tools for practice, The improvement Competence/elements/standards based on LIS characteristic. The result of this study may contribute for improving the overall environment Based upon FGI analysis, several new directions for NCS education in the filed LIS curriculum are suggested.

Comparative Analysis of the Educational Service Quality of Domestic and Foreign Culinary Schools using the Kano Model (Kano 모델에 기반한 국내외 조리교육 서비스 품질속성 비교분석)

  • Choi, Jung Woon;Kim, Tae Hee
    • The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition
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    • v.27 no.4
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    • pp.630-640
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study was to use the Kano model to compare and analyze the educational service quality attributes of domestic and foreign culinary arts schools. For this purpose, a questionnaire-based survey was completed by 312 students who were studying in domestic and foreign culinary schools. The results of the study indicated that 23 of the total 25 attributes were significantly different between domestic and foreign culinary arts school.; the "minium 4 hour-kitchen class" and "mandatory internship program" were classified into "indifferent quality" for domestic schools and a "must-be quality" for foreign schools; "well-organized internship guidebook", "kitchen class limited to 20 students", "introducing the latest food or restaurant trends", "library with the latest publications related to major", "objective instructor's evaluation", "detailed instructor's evaluation", "instructor's field experience", and "decent communication skills on the part of the instructor" attributes were classified into "attractive quality" for domestic schools and "must-be quality" for foreign schools; and "kitchen classes operated by block system", and "foreign instructors for each ethnic cuisine" attributes were classified into "indifferent" and "attractive quality" for both domestic and foreign schools, respectively. Also, according to the Better and Worse quotient designed by Timko, there were more attributes for domestic school than for foreign school that scored over 0.5 in the Better category and fewer attributes for domestic than the foreign scored over 0.5 in the Worse category. The results also indicate that, students in foreign schools receive an educational service of better quality than students in a domestic school. As a result, this research suggests significant implications to develop culinary educational services.

The Design of Dashboard for Instructor Feedback Support Based on Learning Analytics (학습분석 기반 교수자 피드백 제공을 위한 대시보드 설계)

  • Lim, SungTae;Kim, EunHee
    • The Journal of Korean Association of Computer Education
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    • v.20 no.6
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    • pp.1-15
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to design a LMS(Learning Management System) dashboard for instructor feedback support based on learning analytics and to apply a LMS dashboard incorporating such taxonomy which allows an instructor to give a student personalized feedback according to the class content and a student's traits. In the dashboard design phase, usable instructional data were selected from LMS based on feedback taxonomy in terms of learning analytics. Two validity tests were conducted with 8 instructional technologists over 8 years of experience, and were revised accordingly. The final dashboard screen has three parts: A comprehensive analysis screen to provide appropriate feedback based on instructor feedback taxonomy analysis, a summary screen for learner analysis, and a recommended feedback guide screen. Detailed analysis information are provided through other dashboards that are displayed in eight screens: login analysis, learning information confirmation analysis, teaching materials learning analysis, assignment/tests, and posts analysis. All of these dashboards were represented by analysis information and data based on learner analytics through visualization methods including graphs and tables. The implications of educational utilization of the dashboard for instructor feedback support based on learning analytics and the future researches were suggested based on these results.

The Effects of Instructors' Characteristics on the Concept Change of Korean High-School Students. (개념제시자의 특성이 고등학생의 물리 개념 변화에 미치는 영향)

  • Lim, Jung-Soo;Kwon, Jae-Sool
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.340-350
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    • 1996
  • Knowledge is composed through the interaction between the concept structure already held by students and their experience, and learning can be said to be the active process of solving the cognitive conflict caused by this interaction. Therefore, this study consists in showing the effective learning method and finding out the elements which the teacher has to own, through examining several forms of pre-conception or mis-conception of the inertia, the force-equilibrium, the action and reaction, the heat, and the electric current, and then finding out their solution and studying student's change in science concepts. For this study, the types of concept on the five above-mentioned materials which students have were examined through the concept-classifying question paper, and the classes to which the class mode for the change of concepts applied, were practised in each different classroom by each different instructor - a professor, a scientist, a teacher, and two students, respectively. And the effect of the teaching strategy based on these classes, and each different instructor' influence on the change of concept in students. were examined. The result of my study is as follows; 1. Students have various types of pre-conception which are different from science concept, and these types of pre-conception tend to last even after learning in class. 2. The thoughts on the correct science concept of the high school third-grade students who learned the physics in the traditional teaching method, and the second grade students who don't learn the physics yet, were nearly equal those of the second grade students by receiving the physics class through the cognitive conflict course were greatly changed especially that students showed the distinct change on mechanics and electric current. 3. Students didn't show the remarkable change of the science concept on the five materials in the four kinds of experimental classes by each different instructor but in the part of mechanics, there was the distinct change between the class by professor and those by the students. This was due to the difference of the authority and the attitude of the concept demonstrator. 1) The authority, the kind attitude, and the responsibility of the expert played an important role in the correct concept-formation of mechanics part - especially in the case of the mis-conception caused by the intuitive belief. 2) In the class by instructor with the democratic teaching method, the change of concept took place more easily, because in his class students could discuss the subject freely, so that they might experience the thought course to give them the confidence on the science concept.

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The Application of Qualitative Evaluation for Golf Swills field Lesson (골프스윙 현장지도를 위한 정성적 평가 적용)

  • Yu, Seung-Won
    • Korean Journal of Sport Biomechanics
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.323-336
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    • 2009
  • The purpose of the current study was to research scientific basis and necessity of supplementary materials for field lesson out of golf swing teaching methods. As the subject of study, skillful tour pro golfers were chosen to reinterpret field lesson results for driver swing from the viewpoint of kinematics. In addition, through precise analysis, this study developed a case to verify the validity and error of field lesson. As a result, field lesson showed a slight difference among qualitative evaluation of kinematical analysis of techniques, subjects of study, and items. Accordingly, there was a little difference between two methods in view of evaluation of errors that 5 subjects of the study have shown. However, there was a significant difference in compensation to prevent causes of error and errors. Based on instructor's experience most errors could be evaluated. Therefore, feedback for error correction based on instructor's experience showed a significant difference from qualitative evaluation of kinematical analysis of techniques. In conclusion, the following are required for correct golf swing lesson; instant feedback through field lesson and qualitative evaluation of kinematical analysis of techniques to determine fundamental causes correctly.