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A classroom action research, the objective of which is to study five aspects of learning outcomes, as follows: 1) Ethics and Morals 2) Knowledge 3) Cognitive Skills 4) Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility 5) Numerical, Communication and Information Technology Skillsand to study the attitude towards Problem-Based Learning method (PBL). Purposive sampling selected a sample of 53 students from the first-year of dental nurses studying the Contemporary World Affairs subject. Data were collected using questionnaires (the evaluating tools on TQF: HEd) and were analysed by finding percentages and means. 1. Both lecturers and students found that the students were learning at an effective rate which was more than standard scores (60%) in five aspects: 1. Ethics and Morals (96.98%), 2. Knowledge (96.06%), 3. Cognitive Skills (94.33%), 4. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility (96.73%) and 5. Numerical, Communication and Information Technology Skills (94.33%). 2. It was found that 100% of students have a positive attitude towards PBL.
Keywords: Learning outcomes, TQF, PBL.
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