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AAM. 2015; 4(3-4): 67-78


Perceptions of Dravyaguna students about Small Group Teaching and Classroom Teaching

Meena Shamrao Deogade, Siva Rama Prasad Kethamakka, Arati Panchabai, Sonali P Chalakh, Priti R Desai.

Abstract
Background: The Ayurveda an Indian Traditional Health Science in multi lingual, multi ethnic and multi facet reveal undisclosed specific learning difficulties. Students need to cope up with challenges in both classroom and in clinical practice. Educational Researches offer various models and Specific Learning Methods to overcome these problems.
Objectives: To observe the benefit of Small group teaching versus classroom teaching in Ayurveda students
Materials and Methods: A sample size of 50 distributed equally in to two groups observed with a Pre and Post test and feedback analysis is taken. Graph pad software for paired and unpaired Studentís T test is used for Data Interpretation and final result assessment.
Results: Pre-post test assessment comparison for Group A and B Small Group Teaching (SGT) and Class Room Teaching (CRT) were extremely significant with p

Key words: Dravyaguna, Small group teaching , Class room teaching, Handouts



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