The third-year students of the faculty of Pharmacy organized this morning, Thursday, March 26, 2020, in the summary sessions for the third week of the twelfth educational unit Gastrointestinal Disorders.
The attendance rate of the students exceeded the 93.5%. The sessions were conducted using the Zoom program for each team of 12 students and educational supervisors separately in a separate session from the rest of the teams.
Where the students were able, over the two hours, to discuss the educational goals of the current week’s dilemma, with the presence of the team’s educational supervisor.
Each student during the session provided explanations of the goals using different means prepared by the student before the session, then his colleagues participated in it during the session through the Zoom interface.
The students will submit their weekly reports on the Moodle curriculum system by tomorrow evening, to be corrected by faculty members and returned to students including notes, on the Moodle as well, thus continuing to implement the full PBL sessions including brainstorming sessions, discussion forum, and summary sessions, This is done remotely and successfully thanks to the students and the entire team of the College of Pharmacy.
Note that all grades of sessions, reports, and weekly tests are announced to students first-hand on the Moodle during the same week devoted to the educational dilemma.