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Year : 1996  |  Volume : 38  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 133-136

Learner Centred Learning or Teacher Led Teaching : A Study at A Psychiatric Centre


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Pratima Murthy

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This study attempted to identify the attitudes of psychiatric trainees and their trainers towards formalized teaching programmes, using a structured proforma. Both the trainers and trainees did see eye to eye on several aspects of training. A majority of the respondents felt that teaching programmes were indeed useful but opted for fewer programmes, with more variety, broader coverage, interdisciplinary involvement and small group discussions. However, there were some significant differences of opinion between the trainees and trainers, suggesting a reappraisal and suitable alterations in teaching systems so that it may mutually satisfy both the trainees and the trainers.



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