The Integration of Intercultural Competence in Innovative Pedagogical Methodology in Nursing Education.

  • FISKVIK BOAHEMAA ANTWI ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
  • Simon Akwasi Osei Adventist University of The Philippines
  • Williams Kwasi Peprah Valley View University- Ghana
  • Milton Boaheng Antwi The Arctic University of Norway
  • Emmanuel Antwi University of the Southern Caribbean
Keywords: Intercultural Competence, Pedagogical Methodology, Nurse Educator, Nursing Education

Abstract

The global population is continuously emigrating and progressing due to the increased abilityto travel. This has resulted in upsurge escalation of cultural diversity in every country.Immigration expansion, increasing globalization and the growth of minorities have resulted incultural diversity of students in the nursing education. This, therefore, calls for the need toenhance the teaching strategies of nursing educators to meet the demands of diverse students.This correlational study aims to measure the relationship between the integration ofintercultural competence on the use of innovative pedagogical methodology. Also, it aims tomeasure the significant difference of years of teaching experience on the use of innovativepedagogical methodology. Thirty (30) nurse educators were conveniently sampled from threeuniversities in Trinidad and Tobago. The study adopted and modified Cultural DiversityQuestionnaire for Nurse Educators (CDQN) to assess the intercultural competence of nurseeducators and a self-constructed questionnaire was used for the pedagogical methodology ofnurse educators. The statistical treatment used was Pearson Correlation and ANOVA. Therelationship between intercultural competence and the use of innovative pedagogicalmethodology yielded a moderate significant positive relationship (r=0.387, p=0.008) at a95% confidence interval. In examining the differences between years of teaching experiencethe use of innovative pedagogical methodology, the study showed a non-significantdifference (p=1.35) on equal variance assumed, Therefore, this study concludes that in orderto enhance the quality of nursing education, nurse educators should pose interculturalcompetence in order to provide innovative pedagogical methods that would enhance teachingquality and facilitate cultural diversity in the classrooms. It is therefore critical for continuousprofessional development for nursing educators to include the development of interculturalcompetence and the use of innovative pedagogical methodology. Further research shouldinvestigate using qualitative research design on the challenges that nurse educators face withthe increase of cultural diversity in nursing education.
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Author Biography

FISKVIK BOAHEMAA ANTWI, ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
Fiskvik Boahemaa Antwi is a conscientious and dedicated Registered Nurse in Trinidad and Tobago, providing exemplary service to God and Man. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Nursing at the Adventist University of the Philippines. Fiskvik has a bachelor's in nursing from the University of the Southern Caribbean in Trinidad and Tobago. Her assiduity of the nursing profession has inspired her to venture into the world of research.

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Published
2019-12-18
How to Cite
ANTWI, F., Osei, S., Peprah, W., Antwi, M., & Antwi, E. (2019). The Integration of Intercultural Competence in Innovative Pedagogical Methodology in Nursing Education. Abstract Proceedings International Scholars Conference, 7(1), 193-206. https://doi.org/10.35974/isc.v7i1.944

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