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The Effect of Interactively Virtual Reality Eyeglasses on The of Pediatric Nursing Students Performance
Authors: * Fatens.Mahmoud**Amala. Abdel-Salam
Year: 2018
Keywords: Interactive virtual reality, Academic Performance. Virtual reality eyeglasses
Journal: IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science
Volume: 7
Issue: 4
Pages: 58-67
Publisher: Not Available
Local/International: International
Paper Link: Not Available
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Virtual reality is one of the foremost concepts being explored in the world of technology today. This technology can be applied in class rooms therefore the nurse educators can improve the process of learning. Virtual reality can add depth, feeling and visual appeal to it. Virtual reality can change and motivate pediatric nursing students towards their performance. Aim of the study: The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of interactively virtual reality eyeglasses on the pediatric nursing students performance. Design: A quasi-experimental research design was used to conduct the study. Settings: This study was carried out in clinical pediatric laboratory skills for the third year students and teaching hall of Faculty of Nursing / Benha University. Sample: A purposive samples of 172pediatric nursing students from the third year/pediatric nursing department regardless their characteristics. The students randomly selected by a systematic random sample and divided into two identical groups (86 student as a study group) and (86 as a control group). Tools of data collection: Three tools were used; tool (1) A structured interviewing questionnaire to gather data in relation to characteristics of the study subjects, pediatric nursing student’s knowledge regarding virtual reality eyeglasses (Previous uses of virtual reality eyeglasses, uses of virtual reality, how many of time…..etc). Tool (2) Likert scale: attitude scale toward virtual environment, to assess the pediatric nursing student’s attitude toward virtual reality.(3)Observational checklist sheet for pediatric nursing students to assess clinical pediatric nursingskills. Results: The results showed that, there was a highly statistical significant difference in the studied student’s total knowledge, attitude and practice scores in favor of post training. Conclusion: the study was concluded that, the pediatric nursing students gain a satisfactory knowledge and improve their practice skills and attitude toward the virtual reality eyeglasses are improved. Recommendations: The study recommended that faculty of nursing should apply the virtual reality lab in education of courses to make all learners with online access to effective teaching and better learning opportunities.

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