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Preliminary Study for the Development of PBL (Problem Based Learning) Module and the Evaluation of PBL on the Korean Medical Pediatrics Class
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Preliminary Study for the Development of PBL (Problem Based Learning) Module and the Evaluation of PBL on the Korean Medical Pediatrics Class
Yu, Sun Ae; Lee, Seung Yeon;
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 Abstract
Objectives The purpose of this study is to examine the development of PBL Module and the possibility of the evaluation on the Korean medical Pediatrics class. Methods In this study, we examined the 32 case reports (four teams for three years) which were made by the Korean medicine school year students, who attended the discussion class. The student read the given materials and identified the purpose of the subjects and selected the learning issues, investigated them. After then they discussed the subjects and made the reports. Results The learning issues by students were similar, the students worked to study them with research papers, books, internet materials and personal subjects. After class, the students showed the change of their thoughts and they could accept the other one. Conclusions This study suggests it is possible that the development of PBL Module and the evaluation on the Korean medical Pediatrics Class.
 Keywords
PBL (Problem Based Learning);Discussion class;Korean medical class;
 Language
Korean
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