Objective: to assess the effectiveness of class-room lectures based upon students' feedback Study design: cross sectional study
Place and Duration of Study: faculty of General Surgery Quaid-i-Azam
Medical College, Bahawal Victoria Hospital Bahawalpur, third year MBBS Students of sessions-2012-13 and 2013-14 Results: seventy-three students completed feedback form. Regarding general opinion about the lectures, 29 [39.72%] students marked them as "good" and 44 [60.27%] marked as "better than other lectures" on the same subject. When asked about their own behavior and attitude during the lectures, majority [60.27%] of the students ticked "attentive and interested". Replying to the question about learning from the lectures, seven students opined "some information", 25 [34.24%] acquired "sufficient knowledge" and majority [n=41 - 56.16%] gained "sufficient knowledge and clear concepts"
Conclusions: the conventional lecture continues to be an effective mode of instruction and liked by the students. The feedback can be utilized for improvement of instruction, and evaluation of teachers' performance
Hafiz Naweed Ahmad ,
Students’ feedback: an assessment tool for teaching and learning,
J. Surg. Pak. Int. 2015;
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