2020
DOI: 10.31686/ijier.vol8.iss6.2450
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Abstract: The current technological configuration added to the present social demands in health make it necessary to review the teaching-learning methodologies applied during the graduation of the medical professional. Those necessities are addressed by the National Curricular Guidelines, which preconize the adoption of methodologies that stimulate the student's autonomy and put the faculty in compliance with the current situation. To obtain a panorama about the medical students’ perception in a college of a inl… Show more

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“…is kind of problem is minimized when the concerned bodies empower AE facilitators. As discussed by Araújo et al [52] and Karalis and Vorvilas [50], each collaborator such as AE learning materials, developers, and respective education professional associations, therefore, needs to take into consideration the wide-ranging knowledge about (a) the background of the learners and their experience and knowledge; (b) the nature of AE and its main objectives; (c) what indigenous learning contents adults want to learn and where they want to learn; and (d) the desirable responsive facilitation methodology. Literature showed that the development of AE curriculum, learning materials, and facilitation styles without a clear understanding of the needs and expectations of the adult learner created a huge void [23].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 88%
“…is kind of problem is minimized when the concerned bodies empower AE facilitators. As discussed by Araújo et al [52] and Karalis and Vorvilas [50], each collaborator such as AE learning materials, developers, and respective education professional associations, therefore, needs to take into consideration the wide-ranging knowledge about (a) the background of the learners and their experience and knowledge; (b) the nature of AE and its main objectives; (c) what indigenous learning contents adults want to learn and where they want to learn; and (d) the desirable responsive facilitation methodology. Literature showed that the development of AE curriculum, learning materials, and facilitation styles without a clear understanding of the needs and expectations of the adult learner created a huge void [23].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 88%