Completed TDG Projects
Diverse Learning Experience
The Application and Evaluation of Advanced Simulation for Experiential Learning in Developing Students’ Critical Thinking Dispositions and Skills
This study aimed primarily to identify issues and experiences from students and teachers to further improve the new approach of advanced simulation for experiential learning and course/curriculum development; as well as to evaluate the student’s development of critical thinking dispositions and skills with the application of new approach of advanced simulation for experiential learning. There were four objectives:
- to understand the experiences of student’s learning with the new teaching and learning (T&L) approach after completion of the courses involved;
- to recommend course/curriculum improvement in the T&L of clinical decision making and skills;
- to identify and evaluate any development or changes in critical thinking dispositions and skills during the period commencing first semester to the end of second semester (2009/10) when the relevant courses completed; and
- to identify and evaluate any development or changes in students’ approaches to learning during the period commencing first semester to the end of second semester (2009/10) when the relevant courses completed.
Dr. V.C.L. Chiang, School of Nursing, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine
The results of this study will provide further directions to T&L practice at the baccalaureate level for the development of student’s critical thinking as a lifelong learning skill, which is promoted by the University as one of its missions (HKU Strategic Planning Unit, 2008). Project findings have been/will be disseminated via
seminar/conference/research symposium/publication in peer review journal(s)
Chiang, V.C.L. (2010, March). Application and evaluation of advanced simulation with HPS in developing student’s critical thinking dispositions and skills: The progress. Oral presentation at the CITE Research Symposium 2010. The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, PRC.
Chiang,V., Hui Choi, E., Lam, V., Chan, P., Kong, C., Chan, S., Yuen, F., Chui, M., & So, W. (2010, April). The application and evaluation of advanced simulation for experiential learning in developing student’s critical thinking dispositions and skills. Oral presentation at the 3rd International Nurse Education Conference. Sydney, Australia.
Sharing session within the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine