Collaborative Classroom Simulation (CCS): An Innovative Pedagogy Using Simulation in Nursing Education
Education | Higher Education | Medicine and Health Sciences | Nursing
Collaborative Classroom Simulation (CCS) is a pedagogy designed to provide a simulation learning experience for a classroom of students simultaneously through the use of unfolding case scenarios. The purpose of this descriptive study was to explore the effectiveness of CCS based on student perceptions. Baccalaureate nursing students (n = 98) participated in the study by completing a survey after participation in the CCS experience. Opportunities for collaboration, clinical judgment, and participation as both observer and active participant were seen as strengths of the experience. Developed as a method to overcome barriers to simulation, CCS was shown to be an effective active learning technique that may prove to be sustainable.
Berndt, J. L., Hogenson, G., Herheim, R., Hoover, C., Lang, N., Neuwirth, J., & Tollefson, B. (2015). Collaborative Classroom Simulation (CCS): An Innovative Pedagogy Using Simulation in Nursing Education. Nursing Education Perspectives.