Innovative Strategies for Dental Anatomy Education: A Qualitative Exploration of Online Learning Perceptions

Authors

  • Suveer Sachdeva

  • Susha Rajadurai

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34257/GJMRJVOL23IS4PG9

Keywords:

online dental anatomy learning, tooth morphology education, medical anatomy elearning

Abstract

Purpose COVID-19 mandated emergency remote online teaching of dental anatomy at King s College London To overcome the challenges of online learning in practical subjects such as dental anatomy novel approaches to teaching were employed in an attempt to maintain learning quality Online tutorials were tailored to incorporate technology enhanced learning using digitised lecture slides that emphasised 3-dimensional tooth structures and case-based problem solving along with a key in-hand visual aid namely 1 1 acrylic teeth which were given to each student as a learning accessory This contemporary online learning format has remained to date Thus this work set out to assess the effectiveness of these innovative efforts in online dental anatomy learning and elucidate the key elements that drive learning success Through this valuable strategies for improved future course delivery were gained

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How to Cite

Suveer Sachdeva, & Susha Rajadurai. (2024). Innovative Strategies for Dental Anatomy Education: A Qualitative Exploration of Online Learning Perceptions. Global Journal of Medical Research, 23(J4), 9–18. https://doi.org/10.34257/GJMRJVOL23IS4PG9

Innovative Strategies for Dental Anatomy Education: A Qualitative Exploration of Online Learning Perceptions

Published

2024-01-08