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Table 3 Course evaluations from Principles of Epidemiology, Fall 2015 vs. 2016

From: Evaluation of a flipped classroom approach to learning introductory epidemiology

Component 2015
N = 62
2016
N = 63
P-value
Found the time required per credit for this course compared to other courses is about the same 62.9% (39) 68.3% (43) 0.53
Agreed or strongly agreed the requirements of the course were reasonable for the course credits allotted 83.9% (52) 88.9% (56) 0.41
Agreed or strongly agreed the discussion sessions supported the learning goals of the course. 91.9% (57) 87.3% (55) 0.40
Agreed or strongly agreed they would recommend the course to other students 79.0% (49) 79.4% (50) 0.96
Agreed or strongly agreed the course contributed to the pursuit of their professional goals. 82.3% (51) 85.7% (54) 0.60
Felt well or very well prepared to demonstrate the competencies of the course 80.6% (50) 84.1% (53) 0.61
Felt well or very well prepared to apply course concepts and skills to solve public health problems 87.1% (54) 81.0% (51) 0.35