Comparision study of Teaching and Learning Process Assessment of Basic Science for Educational Media Technology

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Chongchareon Metta

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Background and Object : Basic science for educational media technology is important basic course for the students in order to study another subjects. Due to improving the course and in line with the medical education quality assurance, therefore, this study was out.  We compared teaching and learning process assessment of  basic science for educational media technology in the first year medical illustration and audio visual technology students between the year 2007 and 2008. This study aims to compare the point of view of  the first year medical illustration and audio visual technology Students in  2007 and 2008  regarding the teaching and learning process of the basic science for educational media  technology course.

Methods : Prospective descriptive study in forget group 20 and 21 questionnaire were self-administered by the first year medical  illustration and audio visual technology students in the year 2007 and 2008. Material and methods : Self administered questionnaire using Likert scale (1-5 score) and quality control by expert content validity consultation and reliability testing (alpha 0.92) were employed.  The Microsoft Excels 2003, Epi info ver 6 for data double entry and SPSS for descriptive and independent sample t-test statistics were used in  this study.

Results: The answers of  all questionnaires in 2007 and 2008 were thoroughly compared. The study samples ranked the teaching and learning process evaluation of this course at the high level of all aspects.  There were; (1) content, (2) course management, (3) lecturers, (4) learners, (5) measurement and evaluation and (6) instructional media and facilitating materials. The best mean score is in the instructional media and facilitating materials category (4.0,SD 0.25) in 2007 and measurement and evaluation category (4.10,SD 0.32) in 2008. There were statistically significant difference between the teaching and learning process mean score in course management category and all category (p < 0.05)

Conclusions: The first year medical illustration and audio visual technology students in 2007 and 2008 had judged at high score  in all parts of  teaching and learning process assessment of  the  Basic Science for Educational Media Technology Course and  there was statistically difference  mean score in all aspects.

Keywords: Assessment, Basic Science for Educational Media Technology, Medical Illustration and Audio Visual Technology Students, Ranking Scale of 5

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