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Effective small group teaching – My experience

Chitra K Pillai.

Abstract
There are various teaching methodologies ranging from didactic lectures to small group teaching that are used in adult learning. Each has its own benefits & drawbacks. But when the methods are combined and used prudently it would be an ideal teaching – learning experience. In my own experience I found a little bit of variation in the set form may also be successful.

Key words: Small group teaching, Physiology, Tutorial



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