Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 17306
  Title First-trimester chiropractic students' reactions to a multistation teaching format for learning adjustive psychomotor skills
Journal J Chiropr Educ. 2002 Fall;16(2):107-113
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes The development of task-specific psychomotor skills in the 1st-trimester chiropractic student is a process that should serve the student throughout his or her education and professinal career. If relatedness is the key to motor learning, the challenge that the chropractic student presents is that this student posesses essentially no relatable skills. Using the classical concept of Maslow's holism-dynamism within a multisation teaching format allows for a high-task, high-structure, dynamic, and fast-paced learning experience similar to the pace of a doctor's clinical practice. A 33-question Likert scale is used to evaluate course content, menthod, and organizational structure. Students were asked for feedback on class organization, subject matter presentation, and teacher performance. A review of pertinent educational literature was made and serves as a basis in discussing content, method, and structure, along with information gathered from the student course evaluation. Use of Maslow's classic educational concept of holism-dynamism combined with a multistation teaching format produces a dynamic educational setting that allows the chiropractic educator flexibility and the 1st-trimester chiropractic student a rewarding learning experience.

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