“Surgical Nursing” Curriculum Reform based on Online-offline Dual-teaching Model

Haiyan Deng, Chunyan Li


Surgical Nursing is the major course for nursing specialty, which also manifests the key teaching stage for cultivating nursing professional talents. Therefore, its teaching quality directly influences the competency and quality of nursing talent cultivation. However, surgical nursing education is still focused on knowledge instruction and neglect ability training. Due to numerous teaching content and tense class time, students often feel it difficult to understand and master during their study. The continuous updating of modern teaching approaches has mobilized the constant innovation of teaching methods of surgical nursing. In this study, an online-offline dual-teaching model based on universal learning concept is firstly proposed, including three types of courses: summary and promotion curriculum, parallel curriculum, and heuristic curriculum. Next, a virtual surgical nursing scenario is created by virtue of modern education technology to establish a virtual-real integrated scenario-based learning activity strategy. Then, by means of improved expert scoring, the intuitionistic fuzziness in evaluation object indexes is proposed to generate the required intuitionistic fuzzy number. Finally, an intuitionistic fuzzy comprehensive evaluation of the dual-teaching model constructed in this research is performed. The teaching results show that this teaching model can stimulate students' creative learning thinking. Teachers can make the best of advantage of online-offline combined model to carry out precise and individualized teaching. In addition, it is feasible to realize precise student-student interaction by virtue of accurate big data analysis, thereby greatly enhancing teaching effect.

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