THE IMPACT OF TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODOLOGIES IN THE COLLEGE OF NURSING GRADUATES’ COMPETENCY: A TRACER STUDY FOR THE S.Y. 2019-2022
Nursing graduate competency is the ability to complete a task efficiently or successfully. However, it is a brief one that does not fully accommodate definitions. The vast majority would likely concur that competency is a positive trait to something an individual needs a more significant amount. In any case, an individual cannot make somebody more able just by giving them something like information. There is no supernatural competency pill. The term competency should be used and applied to the work setting in a broad scope of relevant circumstances and correct teaching and learning methodologies in any higher educational institution (Dede, 2010). With these concerns, it should be inculcated in most nursing graduates' capacity to apply competently the information, skills, and values that match the needs of their profession, satisfy the demands of the employer, and contribute to the overall attainment of institutional goals in their field of endeavor (Abas & Imam, 2016). Additionally, varied teaching and learning methodologies in the school play an important role in establishing these competencies that were not clearly emphasized and with no alignment as to the most suitable teaching and learning methodologies to enforce competent graduates. Thus, the present study tried to address this research gap to add more to a body of knowledge on employability, skills, and the graduates' contextual performance.
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Copyright (c) 2023 Marc Patrich R. Sanchez, Kingie G. Micabalo, Marc Patrich R. Sanchez, Dr. Marcelo T. Lopez, Dr. Carmen P.Villarante
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