|Title:||The Reflective Learning and Caring Attitude through Group Dialogue=透過團 體對話進行護理關懷的反思學習||Authors:||蔣欣欣
CHAO, YU-MEI YU
|Keywords:||小組教學;團體對話;反思學習;關懷;啟發;small group learning;group dialogue;reflective learning;caring;illumination||Issue Date:||2011||Journal Issue:||n.1||Start page/Pages:||10-20||Source:||醫學教育,v.15||Abstract:||
While it is claimed in the nursing education that group dialogue instigates and extends students' thinking in the classroom, only few empirical studies have been undertaken to date exploring the effect of a caring attitude in this area. The aim of this study was to explore the process of reflective learning with respect to the caring attitude of students as part of the course "Introduction to Nursing". A qualitative designed was used based upon participant observation. The processes of reflective learning associated with the group were wondering, falling into , and enlightenment. The wondering stage facilitated students exploration of issues related to teaching and learning, which helped learning motivation. The falling into stage helped student to develop themselves, to become mutually cooperative, and to develop critical thinking. These changes enabled the student to be able to be self-responsible. The enlightening stage showed the students the essence of dialogue, the spirit of ethical care, and the meaning of life. This created students who were able to take care of others. These findings expand our knowledge of reflective learning and the attitude of caring towards self and others. This occurs through the development of learner autonomous competence, by the embodiment of experience and by intersubjectivity during learning.
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