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Korean J Med Educ > Volume 17(1); 2005 > Article
Korean Journal of Medical Education 2005;17(1): 83-96. doi: https://doi.org/10.3946/kjme.2005.17.1.83
의학교육 강의에서 질문하기의 실제와 교수들의 인식 비교
정해진1, 이상엽1, 김용기1, 김윤진1, 김해규1, 박남희2, 박병규1, 박재홍1, 백승완1, 우재석1, 윤 식1, 이원석1, 임병용1, 장철훈1, 정인숙2
1부산대학교 의과대학 의학교육실
2부산대학교 의과대학 간호학과
A Study on Using Questions during Lectures in Medical School: Reality vs. Awareness of the Professors
Hae Jin Jeong1, Sang Yeoup Lee1, Yong Ki Kim1, Yun Jin Kim1, Hae Kyu Kim1, Nam Hee Park2, Byung Kyu Park1, Jae Hong Park1, Seong Wan Baik1, Jae Suk Woo1, Sik Yoon1, Won Suk Lee1, Byung Yong Rhim1, Chulhun L. Chang1, Ihn Sook Jeong2
1Medical Education University, College of Medicine, Pusan National University, Korea.
2Department of Nursing, College of Medicine, Pusan National University, Korea.
Corresponding Author: Ihn Sook Jeong, Tel: 051)240-7763, Fax: 051)248-2669, Email: jeongis@pusan.ac.kr
ABSTRACT
PURPOSE: Questions are known to be an important teaching technique. And, waiting for the answers is essential in making questions effective and valuable. The objective of this study is to evaluate the status of the use of questions during lectures and to survey the level of awareness of the professors regarding the questioning method including waiting time in one medical college. METHODS: The study subjects were 42 medical college professors who have been lecturing to second year medical students from February to June 2004. The questionnaire consisted of 28 items on the questions used during their lectures. The lecturers were observes by an appointed student to get data on the characteristics of questions used. RESULTS: Most of the professors observed in this study used questions during lectures, predominantly questions requiring answers. The waiting time, however, for answers was too short than reported in the literature. About 50% of the professors answered that their usual waiting time is between 6 to 10 seconds but the results of the observation showed that the average waiting time was 0.6 second. CONCLUSION: There was significant discrepancy about waiting time between the results of the questionnaire and the data from the observation. Because the average waiting time was much shorter than expected, follow up studies after feedback and education would be recommended.
Keywords: Questions;Waiting time;Medical education;Professor
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