Student and Faculty Views of Important Elements of Teaching in Associate Level Allied Health Programs
MSAH (Master of Science in Allied Health)
Date of Award
Committee Chair or Co-Chairs
Ester Verhovsek, Deborah Dotson
Teaching requires constant adapting, and need to continually reflect, and be ready to make changes when teaching elements may not prove effective. The purpose of this study was to examine faculty and student views of effective elements of teaching in an associate level allied health program. Surveys were collected from associate degree seeking allied health students and full-time faculty currently employed at a technical college in the northeastern region of the state of Georgia. The results showed a high confidence level with little to no difference in mean confidence levels between faculty and student responses on 15 Likert-scaled questions. Two open-ended questions showed little difference as well with faculty and students having similar responses when asked their preferred teaching/learning method. Results of this study will help to improve educational instruction for allied health programs.
Thesis - unrestricted
Burrell, Jennifer N., "Student and Faculty Views of Important Elements of Teaching in Associate Level Allied Health Programs" (2015). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 2602. https://dc.etsu.edu/etd/2602
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