Evaluation of Approach of Teaching delivered to run Emergency Medicine at Department of Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine, Addis Ababa University, Adds Ababa, and Ethiopia. Challenges and Prospects
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To Evaluate Methods of Teaching delivered to run Emergency Medicine at Department of Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine, Addis Ababa University, Adds Ababa, Ethiopia, 2016G.C.
Materials and Methods
A descriptive design was employed. From the total population of 14 instructors and 22 students, all of them were considered for this study. Self-administered written Questionnaires were used for collecting data. Data analyzed through frequency, percentage, mean, average mean and mean difference.
The finding revealed that teachers were highly considering age and maturity level of students. Also they consider student's background knowledge and skills, contents and objectives. Instructors were not used text books, handouts, and other printed materials. Lecture method found the most commonly used method followed by demonstration and discussion. Teaching methods encountered challenges like lack of resources, time constraint, and well organized class room, difficulty of less cooperation of learners.
Methods of Teaching, Emergency Medicine, Challenges and prospects.