Shafaq Naseer, Imrana Zulfikar, Farhan Zaheer, Fariha Butt, Saima Sagheer, Erum Kazim

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Perception of MBBS Students on Hybrid Teaching in Covid-19 Era: A Survey of Public Sector Medical University

Shafaq Naseer, Imrana Zulfikar, Farhan Zaheer, Fariha Butt, Saima Sagheer, Erum Kazim



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ABSTRACT

Aim: To explore the perceptions, limitations and recommendations for hybrid teaching.

Methodology: This is a cross sectional study, conducted in the academic session of 2021 among the students of Dow medical college including third years through final years. Convenient sampling is used.  The questionnaire was created on Google and forms were emailed to the students. Likert scale is applied to record the responses.

Results: Total of 102 students of both genders filled the questionnaire. Students were mostly from third year, fourth year and final year. Most of the students had no previous experience of e- learning. 36.3% students agreed that hybrid teaching is better than face to face or online sessions alone. 31.4% were of the opinion that hybrid teaching covers the strong points of both face to face and online teaching.

Conclusion: Covid-19 makes classroom medical education difficult but blended or hybrid teaching and learning would seem to be the perfect solution to overcome the challenges.

Keywords: Hybrid teaching, distance learning, Covid 19



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