Pair-work teaching method and its outcome

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The Pair-work teaching method was applied to college students attending nursing departments and was conducted to assess its effectiveness after applying the Pair-work teaching method to the subject of medical terminology that is taught as a basic subject of their majors. The application effect of the Pair-work teaching method was compared with and analyzed whether there was a difference in learning attitude, interest, learning effect, etc. between the experimental group applying the Pair-work and the non-applicable control group. It is analyzed using the SPSS/WIN 18.0 program. Learning attitudes and interests increased only in the experiment group that applied the pair-work. Learning effects were also found to differ from non-pair-work comparators, which were statistically different. This showed that learning medical terms using a pair-work has a positive effect on the learning attitude, interest and learning effects of the target students.Since there have been positive effects in the experiment group that applied the pair-work, it is necessary to study it repeatedly whether teaching methods using the pair-work are developed and applied in other subjects to improve learning outcome.




Min, S. (2019). Pair-work teaching method and its outcome. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(2 Special Issue 6), 326–329.

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