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Teaching Methods for Students Through Role-Playing and Buzz Group Learning Methods Based on Adult Learning Theory
Sara Esmaelzadeh Saeieh, Zohreh Mahmoodi, Katayoun Salehi, Kourosh Kabir, Mansoureh Yazdkhasti
Department of Midwifery, Assistant Professor, social determinant of health research center, school of medicine, Alborz University of Medical Sciences, Karaj, Iran , M.Yazdkhasti@abzums.ac.ir
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Background: Teaching is a purposeful activity and aims to enhance people's learning. Today, with the advancement of science in medical universities, the use of collaborative, problem-solving and student-centered approaches has been emphasized. The purpose of this study is to review the teaching methods of students through role-play learning and Biz group techniques based on adult learning theory.
Materials and Methods: In this review article was searched of numerous scientific databases including: SCOPUS, PubMed, SID, IJME (2000-2015). Key words were based on MESH Role playing, Buzz group, Adult learning theory). Step to, step search was done. The number of articles reached 23 with consider to including criteria.
Results: Learning methods should be tailored to the needs, individual characteristics and socio-cultural context of individuals. On the other hand, it is so arranged and so diverse that it provides the means to adapt them to their living and working environment. Choosing a learning style varies depending on the different circumstances and according to the goals, motives, people, facilities, time, tools and tools used to learn individuals. Role play and Buzz group are problem-based learning and participatory learning that has been changed to use in the teaching of emotional domains. The role play and Buzz group technique leads to student learning through motivational and challenging learning.
Conclusion: Organizing materials and the need for professors to become acquainted with dynamic and participatory learning platforms, based on interactive educational patterns, cause students to learn better.
Keywords: Adult Learning Theory, Buzz Group, Role-Playing
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/10/19 | Accepted: 2018/10/19 | Published: 2018/10/19

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