Evaluation Of Integrated Teaching Method For Phase I MBBS, Using Kirkpatrick’s Evaluation Method

Evaluation Of Integrated Teaching Method For Phase I MBBS, Using Kirkpatrick’s Evaluation Method

  • Dr. Sushama Dhonde Professor,Dept. of Biochemistry,Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed To Be University) Medical College & Hospital, Sangli
  • Dr. Gajanan. J. Belwalkar Associate Professor,Dept. of Biochemistry,Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed To Be University) Medical College & Hospital, Sangli
  • Dr. Pratap. E. Jagtap Professor & Head, Dept. of Biochemistry,Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed To Be University) Medical College & Hospital, Sangli
  • Dr.Mrs. Yugantara. R. Kadam Professor, Dept. of PSM & MEU Co Coordinator,Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed To Be University) Medical College & Hospital, Sangli
  • Dr. Mrs. Meena Parekh Professor & Head Dept. of Physiology,Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed To Be University) Medical College & Hospital, Sangli
  • Dr. Nitin Mudiraj Professor & Head Dept. of Anatomy,Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed To Be University) Medical College & Hospital, Sangli
  • Dr. Mrs. Pankaj Palange Professor & Head Dept. of Medicine,Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed To Be University) Medical College & Hospital, Sangli
Keywords: Integrated teaching, Kirkpatrick’s evaluation model.

Abstract

Background: An integrated teaching allows students to engage in purposeful, relevant learning. We were conducting horizontal & vertical integrated teaching for the first year MBBS since last 5 years at our institute. We planned the evaluation of integrated teaching method; using Kirkpatrick’s evaluation method to assess students’ satisfaction, their learning and change in their behaviour as an impact of this method. Material and Methods: Kirkpatrick’s model involves four levels of criteria – Reaction, Learning, Behaviour, and Results. In present study, the evaluation of integrated teaching method was done up to its 3rd level only. Standard questionnaire for students’ feedback, pre and post tests scores for assessment of knowledge, and application of this knowledge assessed through university examination results; were the tools used for evaluation.Result: 75% – 90% of the students rated good, better, best, for their perception about teaching & learning by integrated teaching; while 10%-25% students rated poor & satisfactory for their perception about teaching & learning by integrated teaching. Students’ performance was significantly raised in all the three post tests than those of the pre tests. (p<0.000) Conclusion: This evaluation is helpful for us to ascertain achievement of intended objectives from the integrated teaching method.
[Dhonde S Natl J Integr Res Med, 2020; 11(2):83-89]

Published
2020-03-01
How to Cite
Dr. Sushama Dhonde, Dr. Gajanan. J. Belwalkar, Dr. Pratap. E. Jagtap, Dr.Mrs. Yugantara. R. Kadam, Dr. Mrs. Meena Parekh, Dr. Nitin Mudiraj, & Dr. Mrs. Pankaj Palange. (2020). Evaluation Of Integrated Teaching Method For Phase I MBBS, Using Kirkpatrick’s Evaluation Method: Evaluation Of Integrated Teaching Method For Phase I MBBS, Using Kirkpatrick’s Evaluation Method. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 11(2), 83-89. Retrieved from http://nicpd.ac.in/ojs-/index.php/njirm/article/view/2783
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