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Title: Correlation of summative and final score as module evaluation indicator in problem-based setting
Authors: Marita Fadhilah
Erike A Suwarsono
Francisca A Tjakradidjaja
Devy Ariany
Endah Wulandari
Issue Date: 7-Dec-2014
Abstract: Objective: In 2012, we underwent curriculum reform to gain appropriate model curriculum in Problem Based Learning (PBL) setting. The new curriculum focuses on integrated physiology modules which is followed by pathology modules in the next year, whilst the previous one uses phatophysiology approach since first year. To evaluate two models curriculum using correlation of summative and final score of two module which represented two model curriculum, the new and old one. Methods: Cross-sectional study was conducted at FMHS Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta State Islamic University. This Study used two similar theme modules which were neuropsychiatry in second year of new and third year of old curriculum. We involved total of 96 students in each curriculum. Those two modules were conducted in the same time during 6 weeks with the same faakulties, teaching method, and assessments. After we ensured the summative and final score of each module were significantly correlate using spearman correlation. We did further analysis of those scores for each module using linier regression. Result: Spearaman correlation coefficients showed moderate correlation between summative anf final scores for both e new and old curriculum (p=0,602, p=0573, p=0,000, respectively). Summative scores could be predictors of final scores of new and old curriculum (with 38% and 41% of variance differences affectived summative score, respectively). Conclusion: Having moderate correlation between summative and final score, those assessments appeared reliable to be indicator of module evaluation which represented curriculum evaluation.
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