Volume : IV, Issue : VII, July - 2015

A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY OF TEACHING AND EVALUATION METHODOLOGY IN PHYSIOLOGY

Narendra Gupta, Shashi Kant Verma, Gaurav Joshi, H S Joshi, Anand Mishra

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Background: Continuous monitoring and improvement is necessary for education technology. The studentís feedback is inevitable, inexpensive and valuable tool to improve teaching and evaluation methods. Their feedback could be used to modify the curriculum and teaching practice according to need of students rather than just imparting knowledge on them. Aims & Objective: To obtain feedback on teaching and evaluation methods in the subject of Physiology to infer any need of change in teaching and evaluation methodology. Materials and Methods: A written structured questionnaire was distributed among 1st year medical students to get feedback from the students. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics. Results:Majority of the students preferred Lecture, Demonstration and self-study.System completion test, tutorials was the best among the evaluation techniques. Conclusion:Studentís feedback is considered to be the best method to change curriculum according to the studentís need. It is revealed from the studentís feedback that the students were satisfied with almost all the teaching & evaluation practices implemented in our college.

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Narendra Gupta, Shashi Kant Verma, Gaurav Joshi, H S Joshi, Anand Mishra A Cross Sectional Study of Teaching and Evaluation Methodology in Physiology Global Journal For Research Analysis, Vol: 4, Issue: 7 July 2015


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