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Vaughn l&t 21012 presentation


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Vaughn l&t 21012 presentation

  1. 1. A Presentation by Zainab Zahra 2 nd Year MBBSSheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al NahyanMedical And Dental College Lahore.
  2. 2. The effect of peer feedback on small group learning in case scenario based tutorials Participants: A group of 25 first year medical students
  3. 3. What is peer feedback?• It is an important tool in promoting learning. Its goal is to improve the performance of the receiver by closing the gap between current performance of a student and a more positive and desired state ( Archer 2010).
  4. 4. What are Case Scenario Based Tutorials• Case scenario based tutorials unlike “conventional” tutorials, in which questioning of the students on the given subject occurs, involves solving actual clinical scenarios in a given amount of time. This not only makes the student’s theoretical knowledge stronger but allows them to apply their knowledge in a clinical setting while greatly enhancing their critical learning.
  5. 5. METHODLOLGY• It is a six week study in which the participants meet each week for their 2-hour physiology tutorial.• In the first two weeks we gave them training sessions on how to give the feedback and its significance• In the third week we conducted the pre test ( their first feedback).
  6. 6. • In the next two weeks the students reflected on their received feedback and set their goals for improvement.• They were taught non verbal communication and different motivational and collaborative exercises were conducted.• In the sixth week the post test ( their second feedback) will be conducted followed by a questionnaire about the peer feedback and focus group.
  7. 7. Group: 1 2 3 4 5 Completely Disagree neutral Agree CompletelyEvaluator disagree agreeName:Student IDnumber: 3. This student asked critical questions OOOOOStudent to be evaluated 4 . This student corrected misconceptions OOOOOName: about the subject matter 5. This student contributed to a better OOOOOStudent IDnumber: understanding of the subject matter 6. This student had a positive influence on OOOOOExplanation: the groupWith this rating scale the performance of your fellow student in the 7. This student felt responsible for the group OOOOOtutorial group can be evaluated. For each fellow student a separate 8. This student promoted collaboration OOOOOrating scale has to be filled in. The name of the person you have to between group membersevaluate is written above. With regard to the results, no feedback will 9. This student was willing to share his/her OOOOObe given to the student you are going to evaluate. Instead they will be informationanalyzed anonymously. When an item does not apply you can skip 10. This student was committed to the group OOOOOit.Thank you beforehand for your cooperation. 11. This student demonstrated motivation OOOOO 12. This student participated well OOOOO 13. This student actively participated during OOOOO the brainstorm sessions 1 2 3 4 5 14. This student contributed more than other OOOOOCompletely Disagree neutral Agree Completely group members disagree agree1. This student was able to make adequate OOOOO Summaries2. This student was able to make a OOOOO distinction between the main and lateral issues in the subject matter
  8. 8. Why conduct Peer Feedback?• It provides the students with an unbiasedreflection of their role in their group.• Allows each student to reflect and improve thequality of their contribution towards the group.•It improves group functioning while improving theoverall learning of the group.•It provides a way for students to themselvesimprove their individual contributions and tutoriallearning.
  9. 9. Thankyou!