THE WAY OF TEACHING: PERCEPTION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS IN DIFFERENT MEDICAL COLLEGES

1- DR. RASHIDA AZIZ, SHIFA INTERNATIONAL HOSPITAL ISLAMABAD
2- DR. SALAHUDIN NAZIR, MAYO HOSPITAL LAHORE
3- DR. AATIKA ANWAR, ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE BAGH AZAD JAMMU KASHMIR

Corresponding Author: Dr. Salahudin Nazir, Mayo Hospital Lahore, dr.salahudinnazir@gmail.com
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4013308
Cite this article as: Aziz R, Nazir S, Anwar A. The way of teaching: perception of medical students in different medical colleges. Int. J. Med. Dent. Allied Health Sci. 2020;2(8). 266-71

ABSTRACT: Teaching and learning are active and continuous processes. Teaching is an art of facilitating and supporting learning character in students. However, learning is the cognitive processes whereby an individual acquires the professional and ethical values, the biomedical, behavioral and clinical knowledge, reasoning and psychomotor skills necessary for professional competence. A total of 130 medical and dental students participated in the study. There were 85 males and 45 females. The mean age was 21.78±2.12 years. A total of 65 students told that they would prefer power point presentations, forty-two students replied that blackboard teaching is more understandable, twelve students preferred both power point presentations as well as blackboard and eleven students preferred use of transparencies.

Keyword: Teaching Methodology, Powerpoint presentations, blackboard, transparencies, medical students, dental students