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Table 2 Warning signs for early avoidance of drawbacks of face to face & distance learning in post COVID-19 era

From: Model for utilizing distance learning post COVID-19 using (PACT)™ a cross sectional qualitative study

Warning signs when using face to face teaching Warning signs when using distance learning
1-When the percentage of face-to-face teaching is more than 70% in a course report
2-30% special needs student do not attend
3-More than 30% of special needs students are dissatisfied with face to face attendance
4-50% of group work is delayed
5-Increase in the incidence of conflicts between students by 10%
6-Decrease attendance of students in group activities by 30% compared to individual work
7-Dissatisfaction and low scores in 30% peer evaluation
8-Dissatisfaction of 20% of students with the quality and up to dateness of offered classroom material
1-Students can identify less than 50% of the names of their teachers in a survey
2-Results of a survey question on student faculty relationship show 40% dissatisfaction of students with faculty engagement.
3-40% of reports of mentorship programs show no significant engagement and report no problems.
4-Failure of 30% of students to submit assignments in DL
5-30% of students fail to attend the synchronous online classrooms
6-30% of students believe that they are at a disadvantage with DL in a student survey question
7-30% decrease in mean scores of formative assessments in DL compared to F2F
8-30% of students and teachers complain about software user-friendliness
9-Students scores in OSCE exams are 10% lower in stations pertaining to topics taught distant than those in stations pertaining to topic taught face to face
10-Increase in violence incidents in the wards and OP related to miscommunication between young physicians and patients by 10% of a 5 year study
11-Lower scores of students on topics taught distant by 10% than topics taught face to face