Currently Head Nursing Department, Director WHO Collaborating Center for Nursing Development at CHS-University of Bahrain, holding Master degree in Acute Adult Care-oncology from Jordan University of Sciences and Technology, and post graduate Diploma in Health Care Management from RCSI. Interested in nursing education and oncology research. Active nationally in improving the nursing education and contributes to upgrade the standard of nursing education and services provided by qualified nurses in Bahrain. Worked with Higher Education Quality Assurance Authority in Bahrain as a subject expert to validate Bachelor nursing qualification programs. Worked as external examiner and consultant to develop, review nursing curriculum.
Providing learners with a Feedback is an essential component of the assessment in any teaching learning process. It is a powerful mechanism for enhancing students’ learning skills and motivation. The aim of this study is to investigate the students and faculty’s perception of the usefulness of feedback, and to assess the quality of the given feedback on students’ performance. One hundred and six nursing students and all faculty teaching in BSN program participated in this study by filling in a questionnaire consisting of 17 items. Three major aspects related to feedback were examined: quality of feedback, improvement of performance based on the provided feedback, and need for feedback. Preliminary results revealed that students strongly believe that feedback improve their learning skills as well as their performance in the course. In addition, the majority of them agreed that they need feedback to revise for exams and to improve their grades.
Audience take away:
- The value of giving feedback to students
- This will help the nursing educators to improve the quality of nursing education hence; this will improve the nursing outcomes in a design problem? List all other benefits