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Kemampuan Tutor dalam Menstimulasi Self Directed Learning Mahasiswa Kedokteran

Abstract

Background: Self-directed learning (SDL) is a skill that must be possessed by medical students as a form of adult learning. To train these skills, students need tutors to stimulate students' SDL abilities.

Methodology: This study was conducted quantitatively using a Dolman and Ginns questionnaire on third-year medical students.

Results: Tutors in the Medical Emergency block were able to provide a good explanation of the issues in the case and stimulate students to look for other learning resources.

Conclusion: Tutors with academic backgrounds that match the discussion material can be considered as one of the factors that can stimulate students' SDL.

 

Latar Belakang: Self-directed learning (SDL) merupakan keterampilan yang harus dimiliki oleh mahasiswa kedokteran sebagai bentuk pembelajaran dewasa. Untuk melatih keterampilan ini mahasiswa memerlukan tutor dalam menstimulasi kemampuan SDL mahasiswa.

Metodologi: penelitian ini dilakukan secara kuantitatif dengan menggunakan kuisioner Dolman dan Ginns pada mahasiswa kedokteran tahun ke-tiga.

Hasil: tutor pada blok Medical Emergency mampu memberikan penjelasan yang baik mengenai issue yang ada pada kasus serta menstimulasi mahasiswa untuk mencari sumber pembelajaran yang lainnya.

Simpulan: tutor dengan latar belakang akademik yang sesuai dengan materi diskusi dapat dipertimbangan sebagai salah satu factor yang dapat menstimulasi SDL mahasiswa.

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How to Cite

I Gusti Ayu Harry Sundariyati, Putu Gede Sudira, Ida Bagus Amertha Putra Manuaba, & I Gusti Ayu Sri Darmayani. (2022). Kemampuan Tutor dalam Menstimulasi Self Directed Learning Mahasiswa Kedokteran. Intisari Sains Medis, 13(2), 387–389. https://doi.org/10.15562/ism.v13i2.1454

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