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Abstract

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DIFFERENT TEACHING MODULES IN PARAMEDICAL STUDENTS

Anupama V. Betigeri*, Reshma R. Dodawad, Priyanka Srivastava, Vithalkumar M. Betigeri

ABSTRACT

AIMS AND OBJECTIVE OF STUDY: The teaching –learning process in first year paramedical students is very crucial because it is the time that they are taught about the fundamental concepts of medicine and their application in their professions. The objective of the present study is to assess the preference of different teaching aids and to compare the performance of each group. METHOD: Study was undertaken on 51 first year Physiotherapy (BPT) students of BCIP New Delhi. For this, we exposed them to similar topic which was taught by using different teaching modules. They were divided into three groups, as- Group I used Overhead projector, Group II used Black Board and Group III used LCD Projector as a teaching mode. Identical questionnaires were asked to test the student’s comprehension of topic after completion of the each individual teaching sessions. RESULT: Scoring in group III was statistically significant than other groups. But 42.8%of students preferred black board as the preferred mode of teaching aid. CONSULION: Even though the teaching modules have changed over time, Black board teaching still preferred by majority of students. But LCD projectors maintain interest, enthusiasm and attention seeking benefits in students. As we teachers must organize our teaching aids and try to maintain interest.

Keywords: Bachelor of Physiotherapy {BPT}, LCD (liquid-crystal display).


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