A Controlled Trial of Active Versus Passive Learning Strategies in a Large Group Setting

@article{Haidet2004ACT,
  title={A Controlled Trial of Active Versus Passive Learning Strategies in a Large Group Setting},
  author={P. Haidet and R. O. Morgan and K. O'malley and B. Moran and B. Richards},
  journal={Advances in Health Sciences Education},
  year={2004},
  volume={9},
  pages={15-27}
}
Objective: To compare the effects of active and didactic teaching strategies on learning- and process-oriented outcomes.Design: Controlled trial.Setting: After-hours residents' teaching session.Participants: Family and Community Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Pediatrics residents at two academic medical institutions.Interventions: We randomly assigned residents to two groups. One group received a didactic lecture on effective use of diagnostic tests; during this session, the teacher spent a… Expand
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