Hubungan Pengetahuan, Sikap, dan Perilaku Tutor PBL dengan Kemampuan Membimbing Mahasiswa untuk Mencapai Tujuan Pembelajaran

July Ivone, Lukman H. Makmun

Abstract


Problem Based Learning (PBL) is one of several methods applied in current medical education. PBL tutors are expected to have the competency of a good facilitator so that they can guide the students to achieve their learning objective. This study aims to identify the correlation between the knowledge, attitude and behavior of PBL tutors and their competency in guiding students to achieve their learning objective. This cross-sectional study was conducted in the Medical Faculty of Maranatha Christian University in July – November 2007. Respondents were all the tutors who had joined a tutor training. The questionnaires used in this study were set by modifying “the characteristics of a good tutor” developed by Queen University. The data were collected in July – August 2007 and analyzed by using STATA 6.0 program. Of the 87 tutors who had completed the training, 11 tutors were excluded from this study because they had never been assigned as a  PBL tutor.  Multivariate analysis with linier regression was conducted on 76 samples. The final model revealed that the tutors’ ability in giving feedback could increase their competency in guiding students to achieve their learning objective (CR=0.46; 95%CI=0.26-0.66). Another factor that could increase the tutors’ competency was their ability to clarify the learning objective (CR=0.3; 95%CI=-0.18-0.58). The tutors’ ability in giving feedback and clarifying the learning objective had been the factors that could increase their competency in guiding students to achieve their learning objective.


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