의과대학에서 Blended learning의 적용 및 활용
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- Lee, Sang Sook
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- Keimyung Medical Journal
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- Blended learning; Leadership curriculum
- This study was done to investigate the meaning and application of the blended learning and thus to apply the e-learning in medical school. We studied the construction and implementation of the 'Doctor and Leadership' curriculum that was provided in Keimyung University School of Medicine. The students' satisfaction of the curriculum is studied. The 'Doctor and leadership' curriculum integrated the on-line and off-line to the blended learning and
consisted of the following subjects: 'If you do not change, you can become extinct', 'Every person
is different' and 'Building leadership'. Total 249 students who had taken the 'Doctor and leadership' class once since 2005 participated in the satisfaction indexes research. The factors in
questionnaire were composed of the four satisfaction indexes: the whole curriculum, the blended learning, the interaction, and the instructional design. The findings form the regression analysis on the total satisfaction showed that the three sub-factors 'the blended learning, the interaction, and the whole instructional design' influence on the total satisfaction index (p< 0.001). The result implied that the satisfaction on the instruction is influence by the educational strategies, the
interaction during the course, and the curriculum contents. Therefore, we argue that when a medical school designs a blended learning curriculum, those whom concerned such as an instructor, a designer, and an administrator should focus on the interaction design and contents of curriculum.
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