J Korean Acad Fundam Nurs.  2015 Nov;22(4):416-423. 10.7739/jkafn.2015.22.4.416.

Effect of a Self-Evaluation Method Using Video Recording on Competency in Nursing Skills, Self-Directed Learning Ability, and Academic Self-Efficacy

  • 1Research Institute of Health Science, Sungshin Women's University, Korea.
  • 2College of Nursing, Sungshin Women's University, Korea. yjkim727@sungshin.ac.kr


The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of a self-evaluation method using video recording on competency in nursing skills, self-directed learning ability, and academic self-efficacy in nursing students.
The study design was a non-equivalent pre-post quasi-experimental design. The experimental and control groups were randomly assigned with 35 participants in each group. Interventions for the experimental group were video recording and students\' self-evaluation of what they did. Nursing skills included in the study were tube feeding, intradermal injection, subcutaneous injection, and intramuscular injection. Competency in nursing skills was measured one time at the end of the study using a checklist. Self-directed learning ability and academic self-efficacy were measured 3 times (pre-, mid-, and post-intervention) over the 8 weeks. Independent t-test, chi-square test, and repeated measures ANOVA were used for data analyses.
There was no statistically significant difference for competency in nursing skills and self-directed learning ability over the 8 weeks of the practice session. There was a significant difference in academic self-efficacy by groups over time.
Results indicate that self-evaluation method using video recording is an effective learning way to improve academic achievement in nursing students.


Video recording; Self-assessment; Competency; Learning; Self efficacy
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