04 Dec 2023
30 Nov 2023
During the COVID-19 pandemic and the discontinuation of face-to-face teaching, our institute changed some of the traditional lectures to online modified Team-Based Learning (TBL). The aim of our study is to explore the student's perception and satisfaction toward a modified online TBL. This is a descriptive cross-sectional study constructed among 39 6th year medical students during the academic year 2020-2021. An online questionnaire was used to collect demographic data and the student's perception and satisfaction toward a modified online TBL. Descriptive statistics were used to reflect the means and standard deviation. The independent T-test was used to reflect the statistical significance of the difference between male and female group responses. Alpha Cronbach test was used to assess the internal consistency and reliability of the questionnaire. There were thirty-nine students (61.5% females). The mean score of the total group was 3.29 (± SD1.16) (Neutral score=3). Which showed a low level of positive perception and satisfaction with the online-modified TBL. Females showed a positive perception compared to males (3.71 (±SD 0.92 versus 2.62 (±SD1.20) with significant statistical difference, P value (PV) 0.003. Our study demonstrated overall students' low level of positive perception and satisfaction toward the modified online TBL. Males perception was lower compared to Females.