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Lesson Learned: Improving Students' Procedural and Conceptual Knowledge through Physics Instruction with Media of Wave, Sound, and Light

Sudarmani, D Rosana, Pujianto
2018 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
Findings reveal that physics media help students to initiate their skills on proposed the preparation of the experiment, design and determine a procedure to get the evidence.  ...  Moreover, students in the experiment class are better than control class in improvement of procedural knowledge.  ...  Physics instruction with media has motivated student for doing better in learning process. Thus, it brings a good impact for learning goals and learning objectives.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1097/1/012033 fatcat:jzh5mkot2nfploaoz3h44mh77y

Emotionally challenging learning situations: medical students' experiences of autopsies

Maria Weurlander, Max Scheja, Håkan Hult, Annika Wernerson
2012 International Journal of Medical Education  
Most students found the situation unpleasant, but some were overwhelmed. Their experiences were characterised by strong unpleasant emotions and closeness to the situation.  ...  Objectives: To explore medical students' experiences of an emotionally challenging learning situation: the autopsy.  ...  , medical and health care students meet patients with serious diseases, and experience the suffering and death of some of these patients.  ... 
doi:10.5116/ijme.4f75.fb65 fatcat:pkrftizu3bezhh3xoe7eexk3lm

Advantages of a Four-year Residency

Lori Weichenthal
2004 The California journal of emergency medicine  
Some residencies use animal models or cadaver labs to provide their residents with experience in these procedures.  ...  We will continue to learn from our patients but the exchange of ideas with another EM physician that enriches the learning experience will be gone.  ...  Some residencies use animal models or cadaver labs to provide their residents with experience in these procedures.  ... 
pmid:20847858 pmcid:PMC2906972 fatcat:vujc23f3wbhtjejpwofpomnuwm

Preclinical medical students' performance in and reflections on integrating procedural and communication skills in a simulated patient consultation

I Treadwell
2015 African Journal of Health Professions Education  
A special word of thanks to Dr Verona Sukrajh for help in identifying reflection themes and valuable comments with regard to the protocol and manuscript, and to Prof.  ...  I also learned some new stuff. I now see that medicine is a life learning process.'  ...  Authenticity with regard to preparation for future patient encounters was also valued. Providing a concrete learning experience had a positive impact on students' learning processes.  ... 
doi:10.7196/ajhpe.334 fatcat:6xofaym3tfgbbcoktnn76gfica

Individual Experience and Experience Working Together: Predicting Learning Rates from Knowing Who Knows What and Knowing How to Work Together

Ray Reagans, Linda Argote, Daria Brooks
2005 Management science  
Some firms, however, learn from their experience at a dramatic rate, while other firms exhibit very little learning at all.  ...  Each factor varies with a particular kind of experience. An increase in cumulative individual experience increases individual proficiency.  ...  The authors also acknowledge the support of the Center for Organizational Learning and Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mnsc.1050.0366 fatcat:6mcf5spku5aylmznbkjmevxrqa

Explaining Differences in Learning Outcomes in Auditing Education - The Importance of Background Factors, Prior Knowledge and Intellectual Skills

Claus Holm, Niels Steenholdt
2014 Review of European Studies  
In this paper we use a learner perspective on learning outcomes which reflects that some students taking accounting classes are also provided with on-the-job training in accounting firms.  ...  Measuring learning outcomes is a complex matter requiring sensible measures for both declarative knowledge (ability to verbalize pertinent facts or processes) and procedural knowledge (intellectual skills  ...  However, some amount of procedural knowledge is expected to be acquired by the students without auditing experience.  ... 
doi:10.5539/res.v6n2p63 fatcat:s5gmxkancfdhvdvmrvedahsb54

Page 182 of Biological Reviews Vol. 71, Issue 2 [page]

1996 Biological Reviews  
Some animals simply quit responding reliably; some failed to learn. Animals dropped from a learning experiment because of failure to learn should be carefully recorded, of course.  ...  This is not a statistical method but rather a tool for better understanding relationships between experiments and procedural variables.  ... 

Exploring undergraduate medical students' perception of learning procedural skills and its outcomes in clinical settings

Mohammad Reza Mansoorian, Mohammad Jalili, Shahla Khosravan, Mohammad Shariati
2019 Journal of Advances in Medical Education and Professionalism  
The students participating in this study included 7 females and 9 males (totally 16 people) with a mean age of 23.7 years old with a range of 21-27 years.  ...  Learning procedural skills is one of the essential aspects of undergraduate medical education. However, learning procedural skills in clinical settings is less widely considered.  ...  Acknowledgement This paper is extracted from the PhD dissertation of the first author in the medical education department of medical faculty of Tehran University of Medical Sciences with the code of 9221486005  ... 
doi:10.30476/jamp.2019.74866.0 pmid:31750355 pmcid:PMC6820010 fatcat:ffubh2iijjeozhobnugeciwi5q

Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy: a challenging operation with a steep learning curve

Anil Kapoor
2009 Canadian Urological Association Journal  
The authors describe a single-institution experience of 47 cases of LPN with the introduction of an LPN utilization rate parameter, from a centre with a high volume of laparoscopic urological cases.  ...  Is LPN a procedure that all urologists should be doing, or is this a procedure that should be done only in highvolume centres?  ...  The authors describe a single-institution experience of 47 cases of LPN with the introduction of an LPN utilization rate parameter, from a centre with a high volume of laparoscopic urological cases.  ... 
pmid:19424464 pmcid:PMC2666902 fatcat:vf5d7tmpmvbfpamu6kwoptrxnm

A Design of Personal Learning Network on Social Networking Tools with Gamification for Professional Experience

Janejira Arsarkij, Thanomporn Laohajaratsang
2021 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
The proposed framework included the components of a Personal Learning Network (PLN), the process of PLN, and the professional experience procedure.  ...  The assessment results from the eleven experts revealed that the teaching and learning practice using personal learning networks on social networking tools with gamification in the professional experience  ...  on social networking tools with gamification, as well as the procedures of the professional experience training program.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v16i18.25159 fatcat:2ltvsdgtmvgx3lbm65ptfy5pru

Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy: a challenging operation with a steep learning curve

Anil Kapoor
2013 Canadian Urological Association Journal  
The authors describe a single-institution experience of 47 cases of LPN with the introduction of an LPN utilization rate parameter, from a centre with a high volume of laparoscopic urological cases.  ...  Is LPN a procedure that all urologists should be doing, or is this a procedure that should be done only in highvolume centres?  ...  The authors describe a single-institution experience of 47 cases of LPN with the introduction of an LPN utilization rate parameter, from a centre with a high volume of laparoscopic urological cases.  ... 
doi:10.5489/cuaj.1042 fatcat:aoidgbtwpjfe7bxlu2d22rzhzi

Undergraduate experience of ENT teaching during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic: a qualitative study

M Walker, E Stapleton
2021 Journal of Laryngology and Otology  
Core themes were explored, including: reduced clinical experience and patient contact compared with student expectations; challenges to learning opportunities in ENT; and the experience of different teaching  ...  Innovations in ENT teaching for medical students have focused on virtual learning, often replacing history-taking, patient examination and practical procedure observation.  ...  [3] [4] [5] The effects of this are becoming evident: some studies describe a positive change, with virtual learning platforms being well-received by medical students; 5 however, multiple studies  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0022215121001778 pmid:34176537 fatcat:hcwq7stzffg2hdbxuoeu25alqy

The Pace of Transradial Procedural Learning

J. D. Abbott
2014 Circulation  
Other possibilities are that some operators abandoned the transradial approach after early experience or reserved TRI for selected cases.  ...  on the learning curve with TRI and has the largest number of  ...  Some experts have advocated for procedural immersion, the practice of consecutive rather than selective use of TRI as a strategy to accelerate TRI adoption and learning curves.  ... 
doi:10.1161/circulationaha.114.010061 pmid:24756065 fatcat:qdshbiuhwbbwrbfgdtqt335a2e

The Curriculum and Pedagogic Properties of Practice-based Experiences: The Case of Midwifery Students

Stephen Billett, Linda Sweet, Pauline Glover
2012 Vocations and Learning  
A case study of two practicum experiences comprising midwifery students' 'follow-through' experiences with birthing women and clinical placements is used to identify the kinds of learning that can arise  ...  learning outcomes.  ...  That is, they require a range of basic procedures (e.g. how to take a blood pressure) and a wider range of understanding to both engage in and learn during these experiences.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12186-012-9094-9 fatcat:e5cffaeihvbwpi2opyyolyy4fy

Simulating Early Clinical Experiences With Surgical Procedures in the Anatomy Laboratory

Tayler Gant, Harrah Chiang, Benjamin D Harman, David S Axford, Paul Brisson, Michael Brisson, David Stephen
2021 Cureus  
Objectives The goal of a more integrated curriculum is to better enable medical students by providing them a unique learning experience, so that they may more readily recall the knowledge needed to deal  ...  There is evidence to suggest that early exposure to clinical experiences could bolster a medical student's education and prepare them to tackle the problem-based learning encountered during clinical rotations  ...  Conflicts of interest: In compliance with the ICMJE uniform disclosure form, all authors declare the following: Payment/services info: All authors have declared that no financial support was received from  ... 
doi:10.7759/cureus.13966 pmid:33884228 pmcid:PMC8054839 fatcat:labb3mhmibfydheuge4gdxevga
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