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Research Paper | Health and Medical Sciences | India | Volume 12 Issue 4, April 2023
Perception of Second M.B.B.S. Students regarding Pathology Online Teaching during COVID-19 Pandemic
Laxmikant Hiwase | Vaibhav Bari | Kavita Sane | Vanita Rathi
Abstract: In this cross-sectional educational study, second MBBS students were oriented about the study. 140 students (Third and Fifth semester) gave written informed consent for participation in the study. Various Pathology live lectures and practical sessions were taken online by Pathology teachers by sharing Power-point presentation on the screen. After completion of teaching sessions, a prevalidated Google questionnaire form regarding perception of students about online teaching was circulated. The questionnaire consisted of various items like quality, benefits, barriers of online teaching, comparison between online and conventional teaching and overall perception of the students. A five-point Lichert scale was used to record the responses of the student. 91 students responded to Google form. Majority of the students rejected online teaching as the only mode of teaching. The students felt online teaching should be additional to conventional face to face teaching. There are certain barriers in online teaching - learning activity which can be reduced strategically by the administrators, to make it more interesting, acceptable & enjoyable by the students.
Keywords: Conventional teaching, COVID-19 pandemic, Online teaching, Pathology, Perception
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 4, April 2023,
Pages: 1662 - 1665