The Student Skills and Active Management Learning Media
Objective: This analysis was aimed to develop and take a look at virtual realitybased learning media in rising active management skills of the third stage labor in midwifery students.
Methods: This study uses a analysis search an enquiry a quest a pursuit a probe an exploration groundwork a hunt research look} and Development (R&D) research style technique developed by Borg and Gall. The stages of this study consisted of; analysis of the wants of virtual reality-based learning media concerning active management of the third stage, designing of the event of educational media development, development of educational media, professional validation, oneon- one trials, little cluster trials, massive cluster trials, and therefore the final product of learning media.
Results: the share of educational media assessment mistreatment questionnaires within the professional validation check and huge cluster trials during this study showed the calculation of the results of the training media rating consistent with material consultants (86%) class is incredibly possible, consistent with media consultants scored (85%) terribly possible. The results of trials to students score (95.3%) so virtual reality-based learning media concerning active management of the third stage created square measure terribly possible to be used as learning media for midwifery students within the active management skills of scholars the third stage.
Conclusion: Virtual reality-based learning media concerning active management of the third stage labor square measure designed consistent with the wants of lecturers and students with additional features of bleeding warning, anatomy of placental physiology and are declared to be very suitable for use as learning media for midwifery students.
Salim Hassen*, Yehia ElMasad