A STUDY TO ASSESS THE PERCEPTION TOWARDS ONLINE CLASSES AMONG NURSING FACULTY OF SELECTED NURSING COLLEGES AT JAMMUJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.9, No. 7)
Publication Date: 2021-07-14
Authors : Nikita Sharma; Israel Jeba Prab D.;
Page : 189-195
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Objectives: 1. to assess the perception towards online classes among nursing faculty. 2. To determine the association between perceptions towards online classes among nursing faculty with selected socio-demographic variables. Assumptions:Nursing faculty may have positive perception towards online classes. Conceptual Framework:Community of Inquiry Model has been used. Methodology: Quantitative research approach, a descriptive research design was used. 81 Samples were selected from the nursing colleges purposively. After obtaining the consent form, self- structured 5-point Likert scale has been sent to them in the form of Google Form to assess their level of perception towards online classes. The results of the study revealed that 76 (93.8%) nursing faculty had medium level of perception towards online classes and 05 (6.2%) nursing faculty had high perception towards online classes. The mean perception score were found to be 73.5ÃƒÂ‚Ã‚Â± 9.72 among nursing faculty. Conclusion: Nursing faculty had moderate level of perception towards online classes. It can become high if there will be the availability of proper sources to evaluate the students properly as well as to teach them theoretically and practically if pandemic persists.
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