Volume 57, Issue 3 (8 1999)                   Tehran Univ Med J 1999, 57(3): 70-78 | Back to browse issues page

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Razavi M, Rabani A, Tavakol M. The evaluation of teaching in Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Health Services: Studens' point of view. Tehran Univ Med J 1999; 57 (3) :70-78
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A descriptive cross-sectional survey design was performed among medical and paramedical students. This study was conducted to assess evaluation of teaching quality of teachers from students' point of view, using a questionnaire administered by interviewers to 21171 students randomly selected among target population. 650 subjects were recorded during the year 1996-1997. The questionnaire was a 14 item, Likert scale designed to measure teaching quality of teachers. The possible score range on the questionnaire was 14 to 70, so the mean score was 42. The scores equal or more than 42 were suggested as "Good teaching quality" and the scores less than 42 considered as "Poor teaching quality". Findings indicated that the mean score and standard deviation on total faculties were, 54.6 and 12.2 respectively. 79.3% have positive point of view of quality teaching. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to determine the influence of faculties on subjects' scores on the questionnaire. A significant main effect of faculties on mean score (F=44.29: P<0.0001) was noted

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