Self-assessment: how do third year medical students rate their performance during problem-based learning?

  title={Self-assessment: how do third year medical students rate their performance during problem-based learning?},
  author={Sehlule Vuma and B. Sa},
  journal={International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences},
  • Sehlule Vuma, B. Sa
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology
  • International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences
  • Background: Problem-based learning (PBL) emphasizes students’ self-directed learning. This requires students to monitor their own learning.  When students enter medical school however, they do not seem to have self-monitoring skills and these need to be developed. Self-assessment exercises are useful in developing these skills. This paper emphasizes the importance of training in self-assessment during PBL. Objective was to describe third-year medical students’ self-assessment of their… CONTINUE READING

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