Muhammad Humayun, Ambreen Khalid, Asmara Syed, Ekramy Elmorsy, Anam Arshad, M. Daniyal Humayun, S. Sajid Hussain Shah
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The Effectiveness of Online Learning for the Cognitive Domain of Course Learning Outcomes from Students' Point of View

Muhammad Humayun, Ambreen Khalid, Asmara Syed, Ekramy Elmorsy, Anam Arshad, M. Daniyal Humayun, S. Sajid Hussain Shah



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ABSTRACT

Aim: To explore the students' opinion about the learning of the cognitive domain of the course learning outcomes studied through online learning methodology.

Methods: A structured questionnaire containing eleven questions regarding the cognitive domain of course learning outcomes has been distributed among the willing participants who are studying in the college of medicine. The completely filled questionnaires were evaluated. Results: Two hundreds and one (201) completely filled questionnaire were received from the medical students which included one hundred and fifteen (115) female students (57.2%) and 86 male students (42.8%). The main benefits of the online learning in the opinion of the students are that the Online teaching enhanced their capability to search for the other available teaching material on the internet, helped them in learning independently and reduced their preparation time along with travelling fatigue. The opinion expressed by the students regarding the understanding of difficult concepts is that it is better in face to face classes as compared to online lecture.

Conclusion: The Online learning is an effective teaching technique in the current digital era but with some limitations as students feel difficulty in understanding the difficult concepts in medicine through online learning.

Keywords: Online Learning, Cognitive Domain. Learning Outcome



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