Application of Blending Teaching Based on MOOC in the Training of Undergraduate Nursing Students' Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Skills
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Taotao Zhang, Jiaqiang Hu
The purpose of the paper is to discuss how to carry out the blending teaching in the training of undergraduate nursing students' cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills and its effects. The method is selecting two groups of nursing students randomly from Class 1, Class 4 and Class 2, Class 3 who are general undergraduates of 2014 and are learning the operation of CPR with the course Basic Nursing. They were respectively divided as the control group and the experimental group. In the control group, the teaching was carried out in the form of traditional teacher demonstrations. The experimental group adopted the blending teaching mode based on MOOC of Basic Nursing. it is the combination of learning and discussing of online courses and demonstration and answering in class. The result of examination on CPR shows a statistic difference ( P＜0.05) between the two groups. Considering the result, the conclusion is that the blending teaching based on MOOC resources is more in line with the learning needs of undergraduate nursing students on CPR skills as beginners. It effectively implements the harmonious unification of "teaching" and "learning", and enhances the training effect of CPR.
MOOC, Blending teaching, Undergraduate nursing students, Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), Training.