Date of Award
Loyd Lee Glenn
Thesis Professor Department
Knowledge of how gender affects learning is scarcely understood in the realm of nursing education. Prior studies have indicated certain learning styles are predictors of passing board examinations. Pinpointing specific learning styles could improve educational outcomes and produce thoroughly equipped nurses. Previous researchers have studied the differences in learning preferences according to gender; however, no studies have solely concentrated on gender specific learning preferences among undergraduate nursing students. Learning Interest, as well as Goal Orientation, were found to be statistically significant between genders.
East Tennessee State University
Honors Thesis - Withheld
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Anderson, Sarah and Glenn, Loyd Lee, "Effect of Gender on Intentional Learning Orientation" (2020). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 532. https://dc.etsu.edu/honors/532
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