Web-based competency test model for midwifery students
Keywords:confidence, effectiveness, feasibility, midwifery, web-based competency test model
This study aims to find out (1) the feasibility of the web-based competency test model, and (2) the effectiveness of the web-based competency test model towards increasing the confidence of midwifery students in facing the competency test. Research method using Research and Development (R &D) and Pre-Experiment One Group Pretest-Posttest with Purposive Sampling Technique which is as many as 45 samples. This research was conducted in the Polytechnic of Health Ministry of Makassar and Megarezky University in November 2020. The data is analyzed using statistical analysis by Wilcoxon Test. Validation test results from media experts averaged 87.9% and validation results from material experts averaged 94% which showed that web competency test model applications are very feasible to use. User validation average feasibility score of 87% of the data showed that the application of web-based competency test model is very feasible to use. The results of the effective use of web-based competency test models found that the Wilcoxon Test obtained a p-value of 0.00 < 0.05. So it can be concluded that the Web-based competency test model is feasible and effective in increasing student confidence facing the competency test.
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