SCHOOL CLIMATE, INSTRUCTORS’ LEARNING MANAGEMENT AND STUDENTS’ SELF-EFFICACY
|Submitted by :||JAMES RYAN P. REBLANDO|
|University:||University of the Visayas|
|Supervisor's Name :||RONALD Y. FERRER RN,LLB,DM|
|Year of award :||2014|
|Awards :||Doctor of Management|
This study assessed the school climate, learning management styles and student’s efficacy of the Nursing Student of the University of Buraimi, in the Sultanate of Oman.
Using a descriptive-correlational method of research the researcher used the convenience sampling and with paramount consideration, the respondents were made to sign a consent form. There were two sets of questionnaire which were researcher-made tools to cover 150 nursing students and the teachers/clinical instructors of the Health Science Department.
The findings indicated that all dimensions and components of school climate were rate as good. With reference to the Learning Management Approaches espoused by Shindler, t...
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