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An Analysis of the Relationship between Intragroup Peer Assessment Results and Self-Directed Learning Readiness in a Leadership Curriculum

Other Title
집단 내 동료평가 결과와 자기주도학습준비도와의 관계 분석: 리더십수업 사례
Authors
Chae, SJ; Lim, KY
Citation
Korean journal of medical education, 20(4):363-366, 2008
Journal Title
Korean journal of medical education
ISSN
2005-727X2005-7288
Abstract
Purpose: This study examined to examine the relationship between intragroup peer evaluation and Self-Directed Learning Readiness (SDLR) in a leadership class that used a project learning method. Moreover, it identified the specific components of the SDLR that predicted the peer evaluation results.



Methods: The research subject pool comprised of 47 3rd year students. Each team was composed of 4~5 members, each of whom evaluated all other members on his or her team SDLR was measured by using SDLR-K-96.



Results: SDLR and peer assessment scores had a positive relationship, confirming that SDLR w as an important variable that could predict the peer evaluation scores. Among the SDLR factors, ‘openness to challenge’ was shown to have the highest predictive power for the peer assessment.



Conclusion: Medical schools should provide students with learning opportunities on leadership through diverse learning methods such as project learning. The ability to do self-directed learning in such a leadership course in medical education is important for successful team building.
Keywords
Peer groupProgrammed instruction as topicEducational measurement
DOI
10.3946/kjme.2008.20.4.363
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Medical Humanities & Social Medicine
Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Psychiatry & Behavioural Sciences
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채, 수진임, 기영
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