Methods The learning styles of nursing students were evaluated by using Kolb's Learning Style Inventory and their academic achievement was assessed by average scores of required courses and nursing skills.
By summing up the class-observation feedback from the teaching inspection panel between semester 2(2003-2004 academic year) and semester 2(2004-2005 academic year)(altogether 3 semesters) in our hospital,and analyzing the students' evaluation,the paper explores the problems among teachers of clinical medicine in teaching methods,teaching means,teaching organization,teacher-student interaction skills,as well as problems in the teaching appraisal.
(61.9%) of the students hoped that the teachers responsible for bilingual teaching should receive overseas training or special English training,and(71.8%) of the students hoped that the teachers should be experienced in teaching specialized medicine.
Experimental physiological studies were made in 10-11-year-old boys and girls, students of a gymnasium and an education-upbringing complex.
Functional features of endocrine and cardiovascular response to examination stress were investigated in 105 students of the Medical Academy who were divided into three groups according to their temperament types.
The authors used testimonies of students on the dominant motives of joining a higher education institution as the behavioral model that prefers a high probability of the attainment of a goal or its subjective value.
They compared the features of the motivation sphere related to the choice of profession with the psychophysiological data of 38 students of a sports higher education institution.
In students who were attracted by the accessibility of this field, a lower cerebral activation level was observed, especially in the frontal zones of the left hemisphere.