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International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education, v4 n4 p200-206 Dec 2015

The role of parents has done less during the preterm infant care in hospitals caused dependence in caring for the baby. The objective of the research was to development a model of independence of the mother in the care of preterm infants with experiential learning approach based theory of goal attainment. Research's design used analytic correlational in stage 1 and stage 2 used quasiexperimental. The population used all mothers with preterm infants treated in perinatal Director Hospital Dr. Wahidin Sudiro Husodo Mojokerto and Director Hospital Prof. Dr. Soekandar Mojokerto with sample size of 28 respectively in the treatment group and the control group. Variables used knowledge, decision, action, interaction, experiential learning, and mother independence. The instrument used questionnaire and checklist. The sample was selected by consecutive sampling method. In the treatment group was given ELC module and the control group was given treatment by leaflets. Technical data analysts used Partial Linear Square (PLS) and independent t test. New finding of research is interaction with the approach of Experiential Learning Care (ELC) through methods play a stronger role in improving the independence than interaction direct to independence.

Descriptors: Mothers, Premature Infants, Experiential Learning, Infant Care, Questionnaires, Check Lists, Statistical Analysis, Goal Orientation, Quasiexperimental Design, Instructional Effectiveness, Pretests Posttests, Intervention, Foreign Countries, Adult Education

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Autor: Saudah, Noer; Nursalam; Meriana; Sulistyono, Agus


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