A. Geetharani | India

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)

A. Geetharani

Department of Pharmacology, Tirunelveli Medical College, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, India


  • Research   
    Effect of Innovative Large Group Teaching Methods on Students Learning Compared to Traditional Lectures
    Author(s): Bhuvaneshwaran B*, A. Geetharani and C. Selvakumar

    A variety of methods are available for teaching students. The lecture is the most common large group teaching method. Common alternatives to Traditional lectures are Small group discussions, Seminars, Symposium, Tutorials, Case based learning which are suitable only for small groups. So there is a need for designing newer teaching methods for a large group of students. To design five innovative ways in teaching methods for large group teaching and conducting teaching sessions with those methods to determine the effect in terms of student’s perception, participation in innovative interactive teaching methods when compared to the traditional lecture method. The study was carried out in the Pharmacology Department, Tirunelveli, and Thoothukudi Medical College for 3 batches of second MBBS students. Out of 10 topics, 5 were assigned for Innovative methods and five for the traditional.. Read More»
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