Students’ perceptions on a problem-based learning (pbl) approach used for integrating a health education issue in a human anatomy and physiology module
Pirrami G, F.
(Universidad de Camerino. Deptartamento de Ciencias Ambientales)
||The aim of this study is to investigate the impact on students’ learning experience of an active learning approach, used to deal with topics regarding human biology and health education. Students in four classes of Italian secondary schools experienced PBL approach during a module concerning circulatory and respiratory systems and effects of smoking. Along six weeks inputs were given to students to promote brain storming activities and to foster them to research information. Scientific contents were not given previous to the discussion. Questionnaires were administered to students to assess their perceptions after the module was completed. Findings show that students report enjoyment of what was done and this appears to be related to a greater engagement with lesson activities and to the higher autonomy they have been given.
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||Enseñanza de las ciencias, Núm. Extra (2009) , p. 643-646, ISSN 2174-6486
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