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J. Islam. Int. Med. Coll.. 2014; 9(1): 19-23


Our Lectures: What do the Students Think?

Fahd Mudassar Hameed, Rehan Ahmed Khan, Masood Anwar.

Abstract
Objective: The objective of the study was to reveal the perceptions and experience of our students regarding the lectures taken in our medical school.
Study Design: It was a cross-sectional descriptive study.
Place and Duration of Study: This study was conducted among second year MBBS students of Islamic International Medical College.
Materials and Methods: A questionnaire was developed, validated by piloting among faculty members and then was distributed to the students of MBBS year 2 from June to July 2013.
Results: The response rate was 100 %. Questions were grouped under various headings and categorization was done (i.e., Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair and poor) according to responses. Lecture as an instructional strategy and the presentation of lectures was regarded as “Good” by 39% and 42 % of students respectively.36% of students commented the Multimedia preparation of lectures as “very good”. Only 23% of students have mostly gone through the learning outcomes of a lecture before coming to attend it.
Conclusion: Most of the students regarded lectures as a good instructional strategy. Students were also satisfied with the
Multimedia presentations and delivery of lectures.

Key words: Perception, Experience, Lectures.






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