Effect of feedback from clickers or Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique in a pharmacology course in 2 health degrees in which Team Based Learning was used Efecto de la retroalimentación obtenida con tecleras o Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique e
Feedback is fundamental in methodologies such as Team-Based Learning (TBL) because it deepens learning by identifying deficiencies of the process. In the setting of curricular innovation in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Chile, the pharmacology teaching team used TBL as teaching method, and clickers and the Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique (IFAT) as evaluation and feedback tools. This work evaluates the satisfaction of students of Medicine (n = 192) and Medical Technology (n = 80) in the pharmacology course on feedback and learning performance when using clickers or IFAT using a cross-sectional and exploratory study. Satisfaction was determined by an expert-validated survey, and academic performance by grades from group evaluation at the beginning of TBL, as well as an individual evaluation at the end of the activity. From the results of this study, it is concluded that TBL favours peer-based learning, evaluating team-work, and improving academic performance in activities where analysis and discussion are present. More than 50% of the students also believed that clickers and IFAT are adequate to achieve the learning skills set for the pharmacology course.
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