Title

Effects of Anatomy TV on learning and satisfaction among second year physical therapy students at De La Salle Health Sciences Institute (S.Y. 2015-2016)

Date of Completion

2016

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy

Keywords

Anatomy, Database, Learning

Abstract

A descriptive quantitative study was conducted to determine the effects of Anatomy TV application learning and satisfaction in studying Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology focusing on musculoskeletal system. The study was conducted at De La Salle Health Sciences Institute Wang building. The participants of the study were the 85 2nd year Physical Therapist students who were enrolled for second semester of College of Rehabilitation Sciences taking up the Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology subject (AY 2015-2016). Participants were given a questionnaire measuring their learning and satisfaction in using the Anatomy TV. Frequency distribution, mean, ANOVA and t-test were utilized to interpret and analyze the data. Based on the results, the following conclusions were drawn: in terms of learning, Anatomy TV allowed the students to understand and to have transfer learning in studying the musculoskeletal system in Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology. In terms of satisfaction, student were satisfied as to the content, format and navigation systems of Anatomy TV, which makes it easy for Physical Therapy students to use. In addition, there was no significant difference on the effects of Anatomy TV as to learning and satisfaction when the students were grouped according to study duration and sex. Overall, the effects of Anatomy TV on learning and satisfaction among second year physical therapy students were ‘very good’ as to learning and ‘satisfied’ as to satisfaction.

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