醫學系教學評量結果之三年追蹤分析

Translated title of the contribution: Evaluations of Teaching Effectiveness in Medical Courses Over Three Academic Years

Meei-ying Kao, 李 明濱, 呂 碧鴻, 何 弘能, 黃 天祥, 謝 博生

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Abstract

To improve teaching technique, effectiveness, and educational goals, teacher
evaluation shave been done for several years as part of medical educational reform at National Taiwan University Medical College. The data of the evaluation surveyed from students taking the courses become one of the most important information bases and indicators of course improvement. By using the survey data, this study analyzed the results of teacher evaluations from1996 to the first semester of 1998.This study especially focused on different kinds of courses and the characteristics of teachers. Comparing the results of teacher evaluations in three continuous academic years, we found students' satisfaction decreased by year. There were some differences between the instructors from different kinds of large-size courses in students' satisfaction. On average, the students' satisfaction with clinical courses was higher than with basic courses and public health courses. In addition, this study also investigated various factors, such as teachers' gender, age, position and employment status which could influence teaching effectiveness. The results indicated that there was no significant difference between male and female instructors, and between full-time and part-time instructors. The age and teaching position of instructors had interaction effect. Students more satisfied with associate professors, assistant professors and instructors who were young or middle aged groups than with other teaching position of instructors who might be older.
Translated title of the contributionEvaluations of Teaching Effectiveness in Medical Courses Over Three Academic Years
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)70-78
Journal醫學教育
Volume3
Publication statusPublished - 1999

Keywords

  • medical course
  • teacher evaluation
  • medical education

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