This thesis has two aims. First, it examines the influence of four demographic characteristics (gender, age, educational level, home language) of the students in the MBBS medical program at Bond University, Queensland, on their perceptions of Problem-based learning (PBL), verbal interaction in PBL and academic achievement. Secondly, the results of the Bond University study was utilised to assess the feasibility of using a hybrid PBL approach that combine PBL and didactic teaching to a multicultural Middle Eastern Dental Hygiene program in Kuwait.
Year Manuscript Completed
Education, Health (0680)
Medical education; Problem-based learning.
Primary Language of Manuscript
Recommended CitationNoura Alajmi (January 2014) Factors That Influence Performance in a Problem-based Learning Tutorial, PhD, ePublications@bond, Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine.
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