Live Methodologies for Using in Child and Teen Health Nursing Discipline
Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the use of active methodologies in child health and adolescents education in undergraduate Nursing.
Methods: This was a qualitative, documentary study, based on secondary sources, from reflections of Higher Education Methodology discipline of the Academic Master in Nursing of Universidade Regional do Cariri. The evaluation took place in two stages: first, we applied a structured form for didactic and pedagogical verification built by the master teachers; later, we evaluated the schedule according to Bloom's taxonomy in the cognitive domain.
Results: It was noticed that the menu, order and student’s evaluation were supported by a teaching plan according to the traditional model.
Conclusion: It was suggested that active methodologies were used to stimulate critical and reflective thinking of students.
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