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By Drew Harding Leeds Medical School
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21523614/are-tutor-behaviors-in-problem-based-learning-stable-a-generalizability-study-of-social-congruence-expertise-and-cognitive-congruence
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Judith C Williams, W A M Alwis, Jerome I Rotgans
The purpose of this study was to investigate the stability of three distinct tutor behaviors (1) use of subject-matter expertise, (2) social congruence and (3) cognitive congruence, in a problem-based learning (PBL) environment. The data comprised the input from 16,047 different students to a survey of 762 tutors administered in three consecutive semesters. Over the three semesters each tutor taught two of the same course and one different course. A generalizability study was conducted to determine whether the tutor behaviors were generalizable across the three measurement occasions...
October 2011: Advances in Health Sciences Education: Theory and Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17124627/understanding-the-experience-of-being-taught-by-peers-the-value-of-social-and-cognitive-congruence
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Tai M Lockspeiser, Patricia O'Sullivan, Arianne Teherani, Jessica Muller
BACKGROUND: Medical schools use supplemental peer-teaching programs even though there is little research on students' actual experiences with this form of instruction. PURPOSE: To understand the student experience of being taught by peers instead of by faculty. METHODS: We conducted focus groups with first- and second-year medical students participating in a supplemental peer-teaching program at one institution. From the learner focus group themes, we developed a questionnaire and surveyed all first-year students...
August 2008: Advances in Health Sciences Education: Theory and Practice
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