A Comparison of Experiential and Classroom Learning Models in Teaching Health Problems of the Poor
The general problem was to assess differences, if any, in selected areas of knowledge, attitudes and behavior among students exposed to a classroom model with students exposed to an experiential (community live-in} model in learning about health problems of the poor. Specific problems included: the selection of instruments, the development of methods and materials for teaching the classroom and experiential groups, and the measurement of students' knowledge, attitudes, and behavior related to the poor and their health problems.
Braza, Gerald F., "A Comparison of Experiential and Classroom Learning Models in Teaching Health Problems of the Poor" (1975). Thesis, Dissertations, Student Creative Activity, and Scholarship. 6.
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