International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part B (2018)
Perception of 1st year MBBS students regarding study and learning pattern
AbstractAim and Objective:
To implement a new method of education in D-Hall, to improve learning skill and command in understanding gross anatomy at the time of dissection. To asses qualitative impact of teaching and learning pattern.
Material and Method: A group 250 students of MBBS 1st year were considered, from Dr S.N. Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan India. All students were divided into 10 groups of 25 members on each table in D – Hall. One teacher was assigned for each table. In group 1-5 group, a same lecture topic discussed by allotted table teacher and before performing dissection 3D view showing to the students and dissected region were projected on projector. And in remaining 5 groups only dissection was performed without showing 3D view. A self-assessment paper taken for checking the improvement.
Result: Group A (1-5) students scoredwell, the best method of learning is group discussion and 3D view D- hall teaching. Students agreed for multimedia teaching method for better understanding. Majority of the students said that the best method of assessment is part ending test.
Conclusion: The study concluded that learning in group discussion and 3D view D-hall teaching and new multimedia methods would be the best approach for anatomy teaching and learning and is the best method of assessment is part completion tests
How to cite this article:
Dr. Mukesh Kumar, Dr. Eti Mantri, Dr. Ritu Agarwal, Dr. Jay Prakash Yadav. Perception of 1st year MBBS students regarding study and learning pattern. Int J Appl Res 2018;4(1):93-96.