Vol. 2, Issue 6 (2017)
A study to assess the knowledge on microteaching among IV Year B.Sc Nursing Students in Sree Narayana Nursing College, Nellore
Author(s): Somesula Suchitra, Rajeswari H, Arumugam Indira, Kalavathi, Shabana, Anjani Devi, Sireesha
Abstract: Background: Micro teaching has been widely used in pre service teacher education programme to enhance prospective teacher’s instructional experiences within English language training programmes. The use of microteaching offers valuable opportunities for trainee. Teachers to develop effective teaching strategies. Understanding the perceptions and concern of student teachers is crucial for promoting teacher education programmes out comes. Objective: To assess the knowledge regarding micro teaching among the IV year BSc nursing students. To find out the association between the micro teaching practice among the IV year BSc nursing students with their selected socio demographic variables. Material and method: The present study was conducted by using quantitative approach and descriptive design. The samples were selected by using non probability convenience sampling technique. Results and Discussions: level of knowledge on micro teaching among IV year BSc (N) students, 1 (3.3%) student had 85% (A+) knowledge, 3 (10%) had more than 75% (A) of knowledge, 8 (26.7%) students had more than 65% (B+) of knowledge, 12 (40%) students had more than 55% (B) of knowledge, 4 (13.3%) students had more than 50% (C) of knowledge, 2 (6.7%) students 50% (D) of knowledge. Conclusion: The study concluded that majority of IV year BSc (N) students had more than 55% (B grade) of knowledge (12 out of 30), had more than 65% (B + grade ) of knowledge (8 out of 30).