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A comparative study on the impact of e-learning tools on the understanding of pharmaceutical students in Griffith University using bloom classification and solo classification

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Abstract: Goals. Within the framework of the determined education and teaching method, a series of e-learning tools are designed to supplement the traditional pharmacology course of Griffith University, and the impact of this strategy on students understanding level is evaluated by classifying students final examination answers. method. A series of 148 e-learning tools were designed for pharmaceutical third year students and incorporated into the curriculum in 2012. In the final exams of the control group (standard course) and the intervention group (standard course) in 2011, the educational benefits of e-learning tools were evaluated by analyzing the students understanding level (through separate classification)   +   e-learning tools) were released in 2012. Consequence inverse linear regression analysismonstrated GPA to be the most significant predictor of level of understanding, while the intervention group was a highly significant predictor for greater level of understanding in semester two. Conclusion. E-learning tools appeared to significantly improve student level of understanding as scored by the SOLO taxonomy when students engaged highly with the tools.

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