This descriptive study aimed to examine baccalaureate student psychomotor skill performance when given different methods of pre-skill lab preparation materials in a flipped classroom environment. Students utilized either a narrated video demonstration of the skill or a skill instruction sheet with photographic images as lab preparation materials. Psychomotor skill performance of insulin pen administration was evaluated. Results suggest the type of preparation methods used with the flipped classroom pedagogy does not significantly affect student performance on psychomotor skill acquisition.
About the Authors The authors are faculty in the Nursing Department, College of St. Benedict/St. Johns University School of Nursing, St. Joseph, Minnesota. Georgia Ann Dinndorf-Hogenson, PhD, RN, CNOR, Carrie Hoover, PhD, RN, and Jodi Lisbeth Berndt, PhD, RN, CCRN, PCCN, CNE, are associate professors. Bethany Tollefson, DNP, RN, is an assistant professor. Jennifer Peterson, DNP, RN, CNOR, and Nichole Laudenbach, MSN, RN, are adjunct instructors. For more information, contact Dr. Dinndorf-Hogenson at email@example.com.
The authors have declared no conflict of interest.