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Skin and Soft Tissue Problems

Southwestern University College of Medicine

Problem-based and Distance Learning

September, 1999 to October, 1999

 Facilitator: Dr. Reynaldo O. Joson

End-of-Course Evaluation

October 31, 1999

Students' Evaluation of Course

 

Parameters

YES

NO

Uncertain

1. The learning objectives were clear at the start of the course.

13

2. The learning activities were clear at the start of the course.

13

3. The evaluation methods were clear at the start of the course.

13

4. The learning objectives were all attained.

11

2

5. The learning activities were all carried out.

12

1

6. The evaluation of students was fair.

13

7. Problems / difficulties encountered with the distance learning through computers:

None - 7

The rest -

8. Suggestions for improvement of the course:

Increase the time allotment - 1 student

Add clinical exposure - 3 students

Provide more reading materials and references - 3 students

9. Comments:

Diana Binoya:

Distance learning is fun but the school must have computers ready if this style is to be adopted for convenience of students and to hasten the learning process.

Dr. Joson, thank you so much for everything that you have done for us. You are a blessing. May God bless you always.

Obriz Paglinawan:

So far the whole course is educationally motivating. What needs to be improved is the computer-internet session. Some students do not know yet thus they need to learn more how to use the internet.

Ronnie Dan Salazar:

Dr. Joson, keep up the good work.

 


PBL and Distance Learning on Skin and Soft Tissue Problems

Answers to Learning Issues

Overview and Personal Perspective on the Health Problem

Hypothetical Patient Management

Evaluation -Written Objective Exam

Evaluation - Essay Exam - Written Practical Exam

End-of-Course Students' Assessment


SWU-MHAM-CM