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의료면담 역할극 사례의 학습자 성찰일지 분석

Other Titles
 Analysis of Students’ Reflective Journals on Medical Communication Role Plays 
Authors
 김영전  ;  이승현  ;  유효현 
Volume
 19 
Number
 3 
Start Page
 169 
End Page
 174 
Issue Date
2017
Keywords
Reflection ; Journal ; Level ; Type ; Assessment
Abstract
This study explores the phenomenon of learner reflection in writing. Sixty-nine reflection logs were submitted by students after medical interview role plays. Using thematic analysis methodology, the following three steps were carried out: (1) the entire contents of the logs were analyzed and coded, (2) the coded contents were reclassified and categorized into higher themes, and (3) all reflection logs were re-analyzed to derive the frequency according to their classifications. The learners’ reflection contents were classified into ‘preparation,’ ‘experience,’ and ‘future plan.’ The levels of reflection were ‘simple information and appreciation,’ ‘acquisition and application of knowledge,’ and ‘analysis and criticism.’ The types of reflection were identified only at the level of ‘analysis and criticism’ and could be classified into ‘relativization,’ ‘objectification,’ and ‘internalization.’ Students’ reflection levels were highest in the levels of ‘acquisition and application of knowledge’ (49.3%), and ‘analysis and criticism’ (37.7%). A total of 14.5% of the students showed ‘internalization.’ In order to enable internalized reflection at a critical level, instructional strategies to induce and promote reflection are needed.
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DOI
10.17496/kmer.2017.19.3.169
Appears in Collections:
1. College of Medicine (의과대학) > Korean Medical Education Review (의학교육논단) > 1. Publications
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/159173
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