Proceedings of the 2019 International Conference on Advanced Education Research and Modern Teaching (AERMT 2019)

Blending Participation Classroom Teaching to Improve Medical Students' Practical Innovation Ability

Authors
Jun Li, Wei Li, Ke Wang, Qianrong Liu, Lu Wang
Corresponding Author
Jun Li
Available Online October 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/aermt-19.2019.19How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Blending participation teaching, Practical innovation ability, Problem-based Learning (PBL), Flipping the classroom and thousand questions plan
Abstract
Explore the role of blending participation classroom teaching in improving medical students' practical innovation ability by using blending participation classroom teaching. Take the courses of Preventive Medicine and Social Medicine learned by students majoring in clinical medicine and nursing in a medical college as the research object. Problem-based Learning (PBL), participation learning, flipping classroom, "Thousand questions Plan" and other blending participation teaching methods were adopted, and the implementation effect was investigated by questionnaire and the effect of students' practical innovation was analyzed. The results showed that 72.7% of the students were in favor of the blending participation teaching reform, which improved autonomous learning ability, communication ability, team cooperation ability, etc. Remarkable results had been achieved in the innovation of extracurricular practice. There are two provincial and three school-level innovative entrepreneurship training programs gained by approved university students. We have also won the third prize and two winning prize in the National Forum on Innovation in Basic Medicine and the Experimental Design Competition. Moreover, we have also won the first prize and the second prize also won third prize fifth times in the Science and Technology Competition of the Challenge Cup. We published four papers and won one national utility model patent. The blending participation teaching which combines PBL learning, participation learning, flipping classroom and "Thousand questions Plan" can effectively improve the practical innovation ability of medical students.
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