Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Teaching-Learning

To Study The Effectiveness Of Faculty Development Programme in Teaching Techniques: Questionnaire Based Study

Dr. Priyanka Jaiswal; Dr. Sunita Vagha; Dr. Alka Rawekar; Dr. Pavan Bajaj

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 1711-1720

Background: Teacher’s training /workshop are aimed at orienting teaching staff with principles of teaching, learning and evaluations, as a part of faculty development program. However, implementation and effectiveness of such training program have not been evaluated to asses the degree of transfer of teachers’ training from teacher to the student. Therefore, a questionnaire based study was undertaken to evaluate the effectiveness of faculty development programme through its implementation in academic curriculum.
Material and Method: All the interns of Sharad Pawar Dental College, Sawangi (M), Wardha were enrolled in the study group. The students those who have not attended a single activity were excluded from the study group. Questionnaire were framed and distributed to the students. Faculty those who have undergone various health profession education training programmes were identified and data was collected from them regarding conduction of various activities.
Result: 78% of the students were in agreement with the designing of curriculum and timely display of syllabus. However, most of the students were not satisfied with the conduction of Problem based learning (PBL) and integrated teaching (ITP). 100% of the faculty was confident to design curriculum for their subject after training as compared to 9% before training. Training programme helped faculty for powerpoint presentation, conduction of PBL, OSCE and setting the question paper as per the guidelines of the University Conclusion : Our results confirm that the training package is feasible, acceptable and useful for teachers with possible reinforcement.

Digital Education: Opportunities and Threats

Sarbtej Singh; Dr. Satish Kumar; Dr.Sorabh Lakhanpal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6177-6184

This paper deals with the benefits, trends, developments and opportunities of the digitalization of education and problems arises due to the use of innovations or technology in education. On the more splendid side, by the utilization of innovation in instruction, the educating learning process turns out to be smooth and successful. It decreases the expense of training. The digitalization of training breaks the hindrances of time and separation. In the troublesome season of the COVID19 pandemic, innovation encourages the smooth going of the educating learning process. Innovation in instruction is extremely valuable for understudies, educators, executives, the board, and guardians. On the hazier side, in light of innovation understudies are experiencing numerous physical and mental or psychological issues. In this manner, appropriate rules ought to be given by the service of training to the foundations for the utilization of innovation. The blended methodology ought to be embraced, which is a blend of the advanced instruction framework and the customary training framework.