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LEARNING METHODS

 

       STUDENT CENTRIC METHODS


A.     EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as "learning through reflection on doing".

In repertory department we are giving training to both BHMS and MD students through this method by using card repertory and computer repertory.

1. CARD REPERTORISATION

     OBJECTIVES:

By using card repertories the students are given training in experiential learning methodology to help the students to study the construction, the methodology of using and the practical utility of card repertory.

PROCESS:

After taking the case at the bedside, students process the case and make it ready for repertorisation. The teacher will explain the construction and selection of cards from the repertory according to the availability of the rubrics ofthe case. They will arrange cards according to the hierarchy of the symptoms and will focus towards the light. Then they will note the number which indicates the medicine represented by the hole. Referring to the number in the reference book they will find out the medicine. If the hole is not clear the less important rubric are removed, and then focus to the light. If more holes representing medicines are there, they will be differentiated with the help of Materia Medica to find out the simillimum. According to the instructions given in the booklet, the remaining process is carried out.

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