An online app platform enhances collaborative medical student group learning and classroom management.

@article{Peacock2016AnOA,
  title={An online app platform enhances collaborative medical student group learning and classroom management.},
  author={Justin G Peacock and Joseph P Grande},
  journal={Medical teacher},
  year={2016},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={174-80}
}
PURPOSE The authors presented their results in effectively using a free and widely-accessible online app platform to manage and teach a first-year pathology course at Mayo Medical School. METHODS USED The authors utilized the Google "Blogger", "Forms", "Flubaroo", "Sheets", "Docs", and "Slides" apps to effectively build a collaborative classroom teaching and management system. Students were surveyed on the use of the app platform in the classroom, and 44 (94%) students responded. RESULTS… CONTINUE READING
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