Tag : agile educational design

MANUSCRIPT: Insights into Global Health Practice from the Agile Software Development Movement

Global health practitioners may feel frustration that current models of global health research, delivery, and implementation are overly focused on specific interventions, slow to provide health services in the field, and relatively ill-equipped to adapt to local contexts. Adapting design principles from the agile software development movement, we propose an

MANUSCRIPT: Medical student web-based formative assessment tool for renal pathology

BACKGROUND: Web-based formative assessment tools have become widely recognized in medical education as valuable resources for self-directed learning. OBJECTIVES: To explore the educational value of formative assessment using online quizzes for kidney pathology learning in our renal pathophysiology course. METHODS: Students were given unrestricted and optional access to quizzes. Performance on quizzed and non-quizzed materials