Flipped Classroom Teaching in Clinical Medicine Teaching
Wai-Tat Wong, Mamie Hui, Lowel Ling and Futaba Kaori
We have developed e-learning based flipped classroom modules to improve the learning environment for medical students in their clinical years. The flipped classroom modules include web-based interactive tutorials and brief lectures. The original didactic lectures are replaced by interactive face-to-face case scenario-based teaching. All participating students are required to response to the case scenario-based questions using the U-reply system. All incorrect response to the system will be logged and feedback will be sent to them to remind them to revise the e-learning material again. Microbiology modules for the fifth year medical students, surgery and anaesthesia modules for the final year medical students are developed. All components of the flipped classroom modules (web-based e-lectures, interactive tutorial, interactive face-to-face teaching and the feedback system) will be evaluated by the participating students in November. Teaching material and students' evaluation will be presented.