The Effect Of Video-Based Instruction On Students' Cognitive Learning

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Marzieh Moemennasab 1 , * , Shamsi Rahemi 2 , Alireza Ayatollahi 2 , Mahin Aeen 2

1 Faculty Member of Lorestan University of Medical Science & Health Services (UMSHS).

2 Faculty Member of Shiraz UMSHS.

How to Cite: Moemennasab M, Rahemi S, Ayatollahi A, Aeen M. The Effect Of Video-Based Instruction On Students' Cognitive Learning, J Med Edu. 2002 ; 1(3):e104956. doi: 10.22037/jme.v1i3.948.

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Journal of Medical Education: 1 (3); e104956
Published Online: April 13, 2009
Article Type: Research Article
Received: April 13, 2009
Accepted: April 13, 2009
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Abstract

Background: Video-based instruction has been stated as an effective method of teaching and its potentials have encouraged instructors and learners to opt this method.Purpose: The current study has compared  the students' cognitive learning in the two approaches oflecture-based and video-based teaching.Methods: This quasi-experimental study was conducted on 88 senior nursing students who were randomly assigned into two groups based on their average score. One group attended a lecture accompanied  by slides and the other viewed a video presentation.Results: With video presentation, the students achieved better results compared to the lecture method. The students were mostly satisfied with video instruction (75.6%) and they were willing to continue with this method (66.7%). Conclusion Video-based  instruction is an effective method for improving students' cognitive learning.Key words:  video-based  instruction, students cognitive  learning

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