Towards outcome-based programme evaluation: using student comparative self-assessments to determine teaching effectiveness.

@article{Raupach2011TowardsOP,
  title={Towards outcome-based programme evaluation: using student comparative self-assessments to determine teaching effectiveness.},
  author={Tobias Raupach and Christian M{\"u}nscher and Tim Bei\ssbarth and Gerhard Burckhardt and Tobias Pukrop},
  journal={Medical teacher},
  year={2011},
  volume={33 8},
  pages={e446-53}
}
BACKGROUND Programme evaluation of medical education should be multi-dimensional. While structural and organisational aspects of teaching are frequently assessed, programme evaluation tools are rarely matched to specific learning objectives. AIMS This study used one medical school's catalogue of specific learning objectives to implement and critically appraise a novel programme evaluation tool based on comparative student self-assessments. METHOD Medical students enrolled in the clinical… CONTINUE READING