The primary issue in the field of education is how different methods of instruction affect the overall performance of pupils. This study investigated the effects of different teaching strategies on the academic performance of nursing students.
The study aimed to accomplish the following three particular goals: To determine the level of relationship between teaching methods and nursing students’ performance in nursing schools in Nigeria; to identify teaching methods used in the instruction of scientific subjects; to evaluate nursing students’ perceptions of the appropriateness of teaching methods used in teaching in public secondary schools; and to identify teaching methods used in the instruction of scientific subjects.
The study utilized descriptive research that was designed using a strategy that combined qualitative and quantitative methodology. An in-depth interview and questionnaire were used to survey a sample population consisting of 78 teachers, 129 nursing students, and 9 inspectors. Descriptive analysis was performed on qualitative data using SPSS, and thematic analysis was utilized in the process of analyzing qualitative data.
The findings of the study showed that the teaching methods that were the most effective were demonstration, followed by question and answer sessions, and then brainstorming.
The study also found that teachers should be aware of the value and impact of various teaching methods, and that they should participate in regular training or workshops on teaching methods. According to the findings of the study, conventional approaches such as lectures should be avoided.Download Full Material-N4000 PAY WITH PAYPAL