Learning Styles and the Most Preferred Teaching Methodology Among Sophomore Nursing Students

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Learning Styles and the Most Preferred Teaching Methodology among
Sophomore Nursing Students

An Undergraduate Thesis Presented To the Faculty of the
Institute of Nursing Far Eastern University

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for
the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Submitted By:

Fernandez, Marjorie S.
Flaga, Arlene M.
Flores, Con Adrianne E.
Flores, Jethro S.
Flores, Kim Sheri L.
Flores, Nonnette Adrian L.
Floro, Giselle Ann DR.
Foronda, Djenina R.
Francia, Lovie Jay A.
Frany, Lizairie Q.
Fulgentes, Ezra M.
BSN 114 / Group 56

Submitted to:

Mr. Renante Dante Tan RN, MAN

September 2010

APPROVAL SHEET

The Thesis proposal entitled:
Learning Styles and the Most Preferred Teaching Methodologies among Sophomore Nursing Students

Prepared and submitted by: Fernandez, Marjorie S., Flaga, Arlene M., Flores, Con Adrianne E., Flores, Jethro S., Flores, Kim Sheri L., Flores, Nonnette Adrian L., Floro, Giselle Ann DR., Foronda, Djenina R., Francia, Lovie Jay A., Frany, Lizairie Q., Fulgentes, Ezra M. In Partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor OF Science in Nursing, this research proposal has been examined and recommended for acceptance and approval for oral examination.

Renante Dante G. Tan
Research Adviser

Approved by the committee in Oral Examination with a grade of
Ma. Belinda Buenafe RN, Ph.D. Josefina Florendo RN, MAN Associate Dean Institute of Nursing
Esther Salvador RN, MAN

Accepted and approved for partial fulfillment of requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Glenda S. Arquiza RN, Ph.D.
Dean
Institute of Nursing

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The researchers of group 56 of Far Eastern University, BSN 114 Batch 2011 would like to extend our deep appreciation and sincerest gratitude to the outstanding people who made the study possible. First and foremost we thank our ever loving God who was our strength during our weakness and our guide when we’re out of sight. To our cooperative respondents and to their respective clinical instructors, we are very grateful for their acceptance to make our research possible. To our parents, that despite our busy schedule at school, we thank them for their immeasurable love, deep understanding and never ending support. We would also like to thank our fellow group mates and friends for understanding and exerting efforts that despite the pressure and conflicts, we remained intact and united in fulfilling this study. We also like to thank Mr. Jay-el Viteño, for consulting us in our statistics that despite his busy schedule was able to make time and guide us in making and understanding our research statistics. To our research adviser, Mr. Renante Dante G. Tan RN, MAN, for sharing with us his precious time and his guidance in helping us to make this research work possible. We would also like to thank him for all the encouragement and for his immeasurable faith and support in this work. To our respective panelists, Josefina Florendo RN,MAN, Esther Salvador RN, MAN and Dr. Ma. Belinda Buenafe of the Institute of Nursing, for letting us spread our wings and believing in us more than we do. With this, we would like to dedicate our finished manuscript to all the people who became part of our journey.

ABSTRACT
Objective: To determine the learning styles of the sophomore nursing students in Far Eastern University and their most preferred teaching methodology in terms of didactics and in skills. Methods: This study was conducted at Far Eastern University during the period from Noember...
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