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Table 1 Acceptance and feasibility and perceived effect of the training

From: Interactive film scenes for tutor training in problem-based learning (PBL): dealing with difficult situations

  Items pre post significance
1 I have understood the steps of PBL. 48.80 ± 29.28 81.92 ± 16.00 p < .0001
2 I have understood the role of the tutor in PBL. 46.11 ± 28.89 81.16 ± 15.51 p < .0001
3 I feel well prepared as a PBL tutor. 34.46 ± 26.76 70.28 ± 20.08 p < .0001
4 I feel confident facing problematic situations as a tutor. 36.47 ± 26.25 66.99 ± 21.01 p < .0001
5 I consider PBL to be a didactically valuable method. 61.33 ± 24.84 76.20 ± 20.12 p < .0001
6 The films enhanced my preparedness to respond to the specific challenges of a PBL tutorial.   75.98 ± 19.46  
7 The time frame allocated to the films was adequate.   62.94 ± 16.76  
8 The overall concept including the films was reasonable   81.62 ± 16.91  
  1. Results of the self assessment of N = 109 trainees of three consecutive PBL tutor training courses at our faculty. Data were collected pre-post intervention (items 1-5) and post-intervention (items 6-8; all items visual analogue scales from 100 = completely agree to 0 = completely disagree). Significances are given for the pre-post intervention assessment (items 1-5).