A Study On Impact Of Online Education And Traditional Anatomy Teaching On Student

A Study On Impact Of Online Education And Traditional Anatomy Teaching On Student

  • Dr. Manisha Chaudhari Associate Professor, Department Of Anatomy Dr M K Shah Medical Collage, Chandkeda, Ahmedabad, India
  • Dr. Bhadreshkumar Prafulbhai Vaghela Associate Professor, Department Of Anatomy, Namo Medical Education & Research Institute, Silvassa (Dadra Nagar Haveli)
  • Dr. H R. Jadav Professor, Department Of Anatomy Dr M K Shah Medical Collage, Chandkeda, Ahmedabad,India
Keywords: Anatomy, Traditional Teaching, Online Education

Abstract

Background: The emergence of corona pandemic situation in india during april 2020 forced the institutes to send students to their respective hometowns. Faculty had no option but to continue teaching online in such situation. In comparison to other basic medical science subjects, learning anatomy online was felt difficult as the students were unable to understand the three dimensional structures in human body. Rising concerns among students urged to evaluate strength and weakness of ongoing online teaching and learning methods. Aim: To compare the effectiveness of teaching anatomy subject online anatomy theory and practical online teaching. Material And Methods: Study is conducted on 2019-2020 first MBBS batch 100 student participate in it from my collage. A cross sectional study was conducted among 100 MBBS first year medical students from Dr. M K. Shah medical college and research centre, Chandkeda, Ahmedabad. Informed consent was obtained from all the students prior to the start of the study. The online classes were conducted due to covid-19 lockdown in our institution from April 2020 as per the guidelines from government. The study was conducted by taking feedback from the students in the form of pre-formed questionnaire regarding the online classes in Google forms for 1st year MBBS students. Questionnaire consisted of information related to difficulties encountered by students during online class and understanding of subject during online class. Result: A 60% students agree that lectures are effective to understand in online teaching. 76% student use mobile for attend online lecture. 50% student disagree that dissection in anatomy can effective by online teaching. Online lecture on zoom is accepted method for online teaching by 78% of student. 69% students attend 30 minute online class out 60 min class. 90% student recommends that for dissection teaching in dissection hall is more effective. Again 75% student offline class for demonstration class is effective. 61% student facing internet issue during online class. Conclusion: Students preferred classroom teaching over online teaching for anatomy subject. Between the platforms used in online teaching, google meet has an edge over google classroom in terms of learning. [Chaudhari M Natl J Integr Res Med, 2022; 13(1): 105-108, Published On 26/01/2022]

Published
2022-01-26
How to Cite
Dr. Manisha Chaudhari, Dr. Bhadreshkumar Prafulbhai Vaghela, & Dr. H R. Jadav. (2022). A Study On Impact Of Online Education And Traditional Anatomy Teaching On Student: A Study On Impact Of Online Education And Traditional Anatomy Teaching On Student. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 13(1), 105-108. Retrieved from http://nicpd.ac.in/ojs-/index.php/njirm/article/view/3411
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