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Table 2 List of medical students’ learning categories

From: How do they learn: types and characteristics of medical and healthcare student engagement in a simulation-based learning environment

Secondary Coding Classification Create A Generic Learn Engagement Type
Focused, very focused
Whole heartedly involved
Active thinking
Find problems, analyze problems, solve problems
Observe and listen
Record, write and reflect;
Concentrate on Concentration
Mind and Body Involvement
Active Thinking
Problem Found
Analyze Problem
Solve the Problem
Watch and Listen
Submit Questions
Express Opinions
Record Reflection
Reflective Engagement
Upset, excitement, tension, excitement, eagerness to try, expectation; enthusiasm, joy, happiness, joy, excitement, sense of accomplishment;
Discomfort, inferiority, depression, disappointment, loss, condemnation, guilt,
Relax, tense; unconvinced, regret;
Emotional expression, full of emotions;
Strong emotional expression and indifferent emotions;
Play a role
Leadership, assignment of tasks, core members;
Actual operation;
Show oneself
Not absent during important times
Positive Emotion
Negative Emotion
Emotional Expression
Emotional Filling
Strong Mood
Core Member
Actual Operation
Strict Attendance
Performance Engagement
Immersive performance
Rescue senior simulators and interact with them
Identify peer issues;
Drive peers;
Discuss, communicate and communicate within the profession;
Peer awareness
Peer collaboration
Ask questions;
Observer, questioner, helper, prompter;
Teacher guidance
Positive teacher feedback
As It Is
Contextual Interaction
Peer Correction
Drive Companions
Professional Communication
Peer Awareness
Peer Collaboration
Ask Questions
Identity Change
Teacher Guidance
Teacher Feedback
Interactive Engagement