著作: [西川 啓介]/葉山 莉香/Omoto Ktsushi/[大倉 一夫]/[田島 登誉子]/[鈴木 善貴]/[細木 眞紀]/[宮城 麻友]/[井上 美穂]/[ロディス オマー]/[松香 芳三]/Validity of peer evaluation for team-based learning in a dental school in Japan/[Journal of Dental Education]
(英) Validity of peer evaluation for team-based learning in a dental school in Japan
(英) The aim of this study was to determine the validity of peer evaluation for team-based learning (TBL) classes in dental education in comparison with the term-end examination records and TBL class scores. Examination and TBL class records of 256 third- and fourth-year dental students in six fixed prosthodontics courses from 2013 to 2015 in one dental school in Japan were investigated. Results of the term-end examination during those courses, individual readiness assurance test (IRAT), group readiness assurance test (GRAT), group assignment projects (GAP), and peer evaluation of group members in TBL classes were collected. Significant positive correlations were found between all combinations of peer evaluation, IRAT, and term-end examination. Individual scores also showed a positive correlation with group score (total of GRAT and GAP). From the investigation of the correlations in the six courses, significant positive correlations between peer evaluation and individual score were found in four of the six courses. In this study, peer evaluation seemed to be a valid index for learning performance in TBL classes. To verify the effectiveness of peer evaluation, all students have to realize the significance of scoring the team member's performance. Clear criteria and detailed instruction for appropriate evaluation are also required.
Journal of Dental Education(American Association of Dental Schools/American Dental Education Association)
|年月日||必須||2017年 12月 初日|