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Table 10 Program evaluation by free description questionnaire of teaching staff

From: Effects on postgraduate-year-I residents of simulation-based learning compared to traditional lecture-style education led by postgraduate-year-II residents: a pilot study

Simulation group Lecture group
Context Context
PGY-II residents were proper teaching staffs, because PGY-II residents were proper teaching staffs, because
they taught what junior residents should and could do concretely. they taught us in the same position as us.
they had no boarder to ask a question. what they taught was easy to understand.
they provided a relaxing environment. they had no boarder to ask a question.
they knew PGY-I residents’ feelings and sympathized with us. they taught us based on their experience in PGY-I residents days.
they were good at teaching. they knew what we did not know and should learn.
they taught us based on their experience in PGY-I residents days. what they taught was packed with materials we wanted to learn.
what they taught was likely to be practiced soon in clinical sites.  
they taught us kindly and carefully.
they were passionate.
they were our goal one year from now.
they motivated us to learn more.