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Keywords : Students


PROJECT ACTIVITIES IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE LESSONS

KholmirzaevaSayyoraShukurovna .; AshirmatovaManzuraZhumanboevna .; KosimovaMukhabbatBazarovna .; BurkhanovaGuzalMukhammadievna .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 513-520

This research paper provides design training at Russian language lessons at Tashkent State Agrarian University in conditions are created under which students independently and willingly acquire the missing knowledge from various sources and develop research skills in particular, the ability to identify problems, collect information, observe, and conduct experiment, analysis, hypothesis and generalization

Teaching Vocabulary And Grammar Through Task Based Learning Activities

Mr Anup Denzil Veigas; Dr David Wilson

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 201-211

Grammar and vocabulary are two vital components that exist in English language. A good command on both of these would relatively make the use of the language better and attractive on the part of the listeners. But today students find it quite challenging to have an excellent hold or command in these areas of grammar and vocabulary and students often end up on a poor scoring scale either in the English subject or in competitive exams or in their professional careers. In order to have an experience and learn the problems faced by students on these two challenging areas an experimental study was conducted among degree students among a semi- urban college and after analysing the results,task-based learning activities were implemented for learning. The outcome and analysis from the teaching learning experience makes the source of this paper. The rapid development and progress among the students become the result of innovative teaching practices over traditional teaching and it shows the essentiality for implementing innovative teaching practices among language teachers. The outcome of the study showed a significant improvement in the performance of the students and also their receptiveness to activity-based learning method over the traditional method that was highly admired. The outcome of the TBL method can be seen through the post test scoring that has relatively improved the overall performance of the learners.

FLIPPED CLASSROOM APPROACH: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

Harikumar Pallathadka; Laxmi Kirana Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 4162-4168

There are many discussions and debates on the flipped classroom concepts in
the contemporary teaching approaches. Flipped classrooms are student-centered, short
tutorials and a few similar techniques that are spent for saving time. It gives massive scope
for active learning through other event participation and prioritizes the learners' interest. It
provides an enormous range for interactions among students, like the face-to-face discussion
between the students and student teachers interventions. It also initiates the pre-prepared
videos by the teachers and also by the experts in the content, keeping in mind the satisfaction
of the learner. Naturally, the teachers face initial problems in preparing the content and using
technology. The present paper discusses the pros and cons of the flipped classroom approach
and its need of the hour. It also pays attention to throw light on the challenges and prospects
while introducing it in the classroom. However, this study hopes to enhance the learner’s
involvement in the classroom activities.

Exploring the Implementation of De-Radicalization Strategy on Religion Among the Islamic University Students (A Multisites Study at Islamic Higher Education in Indonesia)

Supriyanto .; Agus Sunaryo; Mawi Khusni Albar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 58-68

This research aims to describe the implementation of the deradicalization strategy of religion for right and ideal format among the students of Islamic Universities. This research is qualitative with a field research approach. The data collection method uses observation, interviews, and documentation. The data analysis method was conducted in four steps data collection, data reduction, data display, and conclusion or verification. The research was conducted at three Islamic Universities (PTKIN) in Indonesia, namely STAIN Bengkalis, IAIN Purwokerto, and UIN Sunan Kalijaga. Based on the research results, it was found that the ideal format for religious deradicalization in PTKIN was through; 1) Early detection of radicalism against new students of State Islamic Universities, 2) The recognition process of academic and students’ culture (PBAK), 3) Strengthening the religious academic institution and the student organizations, and 4) Making treasure of the veiled female students and giving for their groups. The four methods above can be used as the chancellors' policies in deradicalizing their respective campuses.

Decreasing Students’ Stress Through DeStressMeNow Mobile App

Nurul Ain Hidayah Abas; Asma Perveen; Ahmad Jazimin Jusoh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5945-5953

Disseminating information on psychological health for university students is critical to university adjustment, interpersonal relationships, academic issues, and others. Using smartphones as the mean of conveying information is vital as it become devices of choice for the millennials. On this basis, the study aims in developing DeStressMeNow app that acts as early preventative tool in managing stress: to identify stressors, to understand its negative consequences, and to cope with stress. There are three main parts; online activities, offline activities and a podcast; along with detailed definition, self-assessment, techniques and strategies, and stress management success stories revealing the app novelty and uniqueness. The results from Usability Testing show that Relax Your Mind is the favorite segment of the app and is effective in managing stress. Further, the results of the effectiveness study of the app showed its significance in decreasing the stress level among university students. It extends the Emotional Intelligence principle in stress management and improve students’ health. We are proposing a mobile app, a technical version of stress management module, as an accessible instrument to prevent the high occurrence of stress among university students

Perceived Attributes of a Novel Teaching Aid of Local Anaesthetic Simulator Kit in Performing Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block

Naffisah Mohd Hassan; Siti Noorsuriani Maon; Tengku Intan Baizura Tengku Jamaluddin

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 898-906

Background: The inferior alveolar nerve block (IANB) is the most frequent regional anaesthesia technique used in dental procedures and has been reported to have the highest failure rates among dental undergraduates, interns and even, dental professionals. Hence, local anaesthesia has been formally taught in worldwide dental curriculum since the 1940s. This was when lignocaine was introduced as the safest anaesthesia medium for dental anaesthesia. Otherwise, dental anaesthesia was performed by Horace Wells in 1920s using cocaine. Purpose. This study is mainly aimed to examine the difference between Year 1 and Year 3 dental undergraduates towards perceived attributes of innovation diffusion theory and intention to use a Novel Local Anaesthesia Simulator Kit (LASK) in competently performing inferior alveolar nerve block in pre-clinical simulation. Methodology. A cross-sectional survey was conducted using questionnaire; and distributed to dental undergraduates. A total of 150 questionnaires were valid for data analysis. Results. The findings revealed that the perceived attributes of relative advantage, compatibility, observability and trialability were statistically different for both groups of students. However, results indicate that complexity construct for both non-clinical and pre-clinical groups of students were not statistically significant difference. Conclusion. The findings of this study will contribute to specific educational significance in the dental curriculum, especially in assessment of dental undergraduates’ clinical competence dental undergraduates at a more microscopic level.

DIFFERENCES IN KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF EUTHANASIA IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN MARTAPURA RIVERBANKS(Overview Based On School Origin, Parents Education, And Parents' Occupation)

Aminuddin Prahatama Putra; Edyson .; Ika Kusuma Wardani; Huldani .; Fauziah .; Julia Kasab

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 1118-1125

Background: Terminal disease causes pain that is unbearable by the patient. Euthanasia is an act of someone ending his life in order to relieve the pain he is suffering. Euthanasia is still prohibited in Indonesia. Education on ethical and basic knowledge between junior high schools located on the banks of the Martapura river may have differences due to local traditions regarding euthanasia, therefore research is needed to see differences in knowledge, attitudes and perceptions about euthanasia among SMPN 1 Astambul and SMPN 1 Karang Intan students. Methods: The research design used analytic observational with cross sectional method. The sample consisted of 100 students, the data were analyzed using the chi-square test with a 95% degree of confidence. Result: The results showed that the level of students' knowledge about euthanasia was still lacking, the majority of attitudes and perceptions about euthanasia were negative. Conclusion: There were no significant differences in knowledge, attitudes, perception regarding euthanasia based on their origin school. There were a significant differences in knowledge and attitudes based on parental education and occupation.

Investigation of Depression, Anxiety & Stress Symptoms on Students

Suchismita Pahantasingh; Ranjita Jena; Sarika M L

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1242-1252

The most common psychiatric disorder in young people is depression. Unipolar depressive disorder in young people are common globally but still unrecognized. The incidence is growing sharply following the puberty, especially in girls, and the 1-year prevalence rate at the end of adolescence exceeds by 4%. In middle and low-income nations, the burden is highest. Depression is related to current and potential illness and raises the risk of suicide. A family history of depression and exposure to psycho-social stress were the most important risk factors for depression in young people. Adolescence is a physical, social, sexual and emotional stress phase and it is a topic of concern at this stage of life if there are mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety and stress. The inherited risks, developmental factors, sexual hormones and psycho-social adversity interact in order to increase risk by hormone and associated neural disturbance factors. In this study, the student's executive functions were studied and compared with those of a stable person with depression, anxiety, and stress symptoms. These scales are structured to measure depression, anxiety and stress in negative emotional states.

Anxiety Studentstowards Closed And Open Form Assignments On Online E-Learning Medium In Associate Degree Of Midwiferymegarezky University Makassar

Amina Ahmad; Yusring Sanusi Baso; Saidah Syamsuddin; Burnahuddin Bahar; Muhammad Tamar; Jibril .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4932-4941

Giving assignments is one method that can motivate students to learn or train students' level of discipline and psychomotor. This study aims to identify the effect of giving closed and open forms of assignments on the online medium of E-Learning on the level of anxiety experienced by students in the Associate Degree of Midwifery of Megarezky University, Makassar.
This study used a Combination Method between research and development methods (Research and Development) with the Experiment Method. About 55 respondents chosen by the sampling technique. The assignment was given twice, including pre-and post-test.At pre-test, the open and closed assignments to develop the product model assignment in the Indonesia Online College application were given to the students. In Post-test, the data collected only using the Google Forms Hars Scale questionnaire instrument. This research was conducted at the Department of Midwifery, Megarezky University, Makassar in
November 2020. The data were analyzed using statistical tests using the Mann Whitney test.
The study found that the meanvalue of open assignments was 20.93, witha minimum value of 10 and a maximum value of 39. In closed assignments, the mean value was 30.98, with the minimum value was 13 and the maximum value was 48. Based on the Mann Whitney test analysis, the results of giving closed and open onlineassignments through e-learning mediareached a probability value Asymp Sig (2-tailed) 0.000 <0.005.
There was a significant influence between giving closed and open forms of assignments on students' anxiety in E-Learning online medium, such as using the Indonesia Kuliah Online application.

Covid-19 Crisis: Is Online Learning More Effective Than Face-To-Face Learning?

Aslina BAHARUM; Erica Fanny NASIRIN; Eva Evonna JOLIUS; Jefflie Elvin JAMES; Nur-Sharyza Henry RANDANG; Nurul Syuhaidah ZAIFULRIZAL; Farhana Diana DERIS

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 3827-3835

Traditional face-to-face learning and online learning have become a debate for decades, which is more effective and has a significant impact on students' learning. The pandemic of COVID-19 has forced students to change their study mode from traditional face-to-face learning to online learning. This study has conducted a study to identify which ways are more effective, the traditional face-to-face learning or online learning using a quantitative method of online survey questionnaires. This study intends to fill this void in the literature and explore students’ perceptions of online learning versus traditional face-to-face learning. This study used target respondents of 148 public and private university students in Malaysia. According to the results, most of the respondents preferred traditional face-to-face learning is more effective than online learning because of some problems they encountered while doing online learning, such as lack of course instructions and unreliable university internet connection.

Effect Of Self-Efficacy On Teethbrushing Action Among Elementary School Students

Hermien Nugraheni; Supriyana .; Salikun .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 1654-1663

Self efficacy can influence a person's choice of action. Likewise, individual students of primary school age are able to brush their teeth with the correct procedure. This study aims to examine the effect of self-efficacy on students' actions to brush their teeth properly (with the right tool, on time and in the right way).
The research method was a quasi-experimental research design with a randomized control group pretest-posttest design. In this research design, the subjects were divided into two groups, namely the treatment group and the control group, all of which would be carried out pretest and posttest. The population of this study were all Grade 5 Elementary School students in the working area of Puskesmas Pegandan Kota Semarang. The intervention carried out was assisting in teeth brushing use a control card when brushing teeth at home for 10 days, after being given education using booklets to both groups.
Data analysis was performed using the Wilcoxon Signed Ranks Test to determine differences in self-efficacy and student actions before and after the intervention in the intervention group and t test in the control group. Meanwhile, the correlation test between self-efficacy and action used the nonparametric correlation test.
The results showed that there were differences in self-efficacy and respondent actions between before and after the intervention (p <0.0001). There is a relationship between self-efficacy and respondent's actions in the intervention group (p <0.005). In the control group, there was no relationship between self-efficacy and respondent actions (p = 0.089).

Competencies Of Emotional Intelligence And Constructs Of Political Behaviour Among Youth Students

Siti Sarawati Johar; Fauziah Ani; Harliana Halim; Shahidah Hamzah; Nur Zainatul Nadra Zainol; Intan Farhana Saparudin; Raja Zirwatul Aida Raja Ibrahim; Siti Aisyah Panatik Abdul Rahman

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 623-631

This paper stress the importance of strengthening emotional intelligence (EI) among youths. Human capital resources targeting youths are one of the main thrusts of national development in Malaysia especially from the political, economic, social and educational aspects. The main target of this study was to test the presence of the significance impact of EI competence on the constructs determining youths’ political behaviour. A total of 313 students from four public universities in Malaysia were selected as the sample. The Emotional Intelligence Self-Description Inventory (EISDI), and Political Behaviour Questionnaire (PBQ) were used to obtain data which was analysed using regression analysis. The findings showed that the hypotheses were accepted, i.e. there is an impact of EI competence on the political behaviour which significantly influenced EI on the constructs of political behaviour namely conservativism and nationalism. Hence, EI can be construed to be a determining factor in behaviour and ideology that signifies political maturity among Malaysian youth.

Formation Of A Healthy Lifestyle In Students, Improvement Of Motivation

Mannapova Nargiza Shakirovna; Pulatova Nilufar Abdusafievna; Abidova Sadoqat Abduahadovna; Karimova Nargiza Abdugafurovna; Murodova Umida Dilmurodovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 595-601

It is an unforgivable mistake to underestimate the role of motivation in the formation of a healthy lifestyle, to look at it as an insignificant issue, to ignore the requirements in this regard. Focusing on some of the technological challenges of shaping lifestyles, it is important to note that science cannot rely on a flow of science-based information to find solutions to existing problems, both in science and in the process of shaping a healthy lifestyle. Motivation is based on the fact that people need to work hard to ensure their health, which is an important vital need, and not to leave it in the clutches of fate and the vortex of life.

Awareness On Family Time During Quarantine Lockdown Among College Students

Srivatchava. S; V. Vishnu Priya; R. Gayathri; Kavitha . S

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 2789-2805

Quarantine is restricting people who have been exposed to a disease, such as COVID-19. This study is required because during this hectic period of lockdown the only conversation we can have is with our family members. This study fulfils the deficiency of knowing the actual bond they share with their family members during this full time quarantine lockdown. The aim of the study is to know the relationship between family members during quarantine lockdown. Data manipulation is done by google forms. Software used is IBM SPSS. Pie Chart is used as a method of representation of each output variable. 76.8% agreed that family members feel more bonded during this quarantine and 23.2% disagreed that family members feel more bonded during this quarantine. (p=0.135, indicating statistically not significant )The association between gender was assessed by Chi Square test where p < 0.05 was considered statistically significant. We have observed association between gender and responses about whether they like their families was found to be statistically significant. Various members may have varying needs that can cause stress and struggle. But in such times, providing them with comfort and love, regularly checking in, sharing their worries, offering whatever support can prove beneficial in strengthening relationships.

PSYCHOSOCIAL IMPACT OF LOCKDOWN AMONG STUDENTS

Shifa Jawahar Ali; Gifrina Jayaraj

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 686-696

Schools and colleges are closed to practice social distancing to reduce the spread of the coronavirus disease. Although online classes are being conducted, some teachers have reported that they do not find the online classes as effective as the real classroom. In online classes, there is reduced student interaction, lack of realistic experience and absence of community feeling. The lockdown is generally considered to have more negative psychological effects due to financial loss, inadequate supplies and fear of life. A cross sectional survey was conducted among students to study the psychosocial impact of lockdown among students.The study population in the study are the students with a sample size of 200. The questionnaire consisted of 31 questions divided into three parts and was shared to students using online survey platform. 17.5% of the students felt that they could communicate to friends the same way as that of regular class, 53.5% did not and 29% partially felt so. 57% of the students felt anxious that their studies are affected during this lockdown, 21.5% did not feel anxious and 21.5% partially felt anxious. Most of the students are showing some symptoms of depression due to the closed schools and colleges and social distancing as a result of lockdown. Hence teachers have to handle them differently after the lockdown ends

Effect of Self-Efficacy on Teethbrushing Action among Elementary School Students

Hermien Nugraheni; Supriyana .; Salikun .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3824-3833

Self efficacy can influence a person's choice of action. Likewise, individual students of primary school age are able to brush their teeth with the correct procedure. This study aims to examine the effect of self-efficacy on students' actions to brush their teeth properly (with the right tool, on time and in the right way).
The research method was a quasi-experimental research design with a randomized  control group pretest-posttest design. In this research design, the subjects were divided into two groups, namely the treatment group and the control group, all of which would be carried out pretest and posttest. The population of this study were all Grade 5 Elementary School students in the working area of  Puskesmas Pegandan Kota Semarang. The intervention carried out was assisting in teeth brushing use a control card when brushing teeth at home for 10 days, after being given education using booklets  to both groups.
Data analysis was performed using the Wilcoxon Signed Ranks Test to determine  differences in self-efficacy and student actions before and after the intervention in the  intervention group and t test in the control group. Meanwhile, the correlation test between self-efficacy and action used the nonparametric correlation test.
The results showed that there were differences in self-efficacy and respondent actions between before and after the intervention (p <0.0001). There is a relationship  between self-efficacy and respondent's actions in the intervention group (p <0.005). In the  control group, there was no relationship between self-efficacy and respondent actions (p = 0.089).

GREEN TEA DRINKING HABITS AND AWARENESS AMONG DENTAL STUDENTS

Mohamed Thameemul Ansari; M.Dhanraj Ganapathy; A.K. Anjali

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 785-798

Green tea is the most popular drink consumed across the world. It is made from Camellia Sinensis plant. The
dried tea leaves are processed and used to produce various types of tea products. Green tea drinking habits
have many health benefits. Health professionals like medical and dental students are undergoing high
pressure during their Study time. Green tea may benefit them from its Consumption range and knowledge
about green tea among dental students is unknown.A questionnaire-based study was conducted. 18 questions
were created about green tea drinking habits, about its uses, about its Origin, and its View on green tea. A
survey was conducted through online platforms ( Google forms ) and responses were collected. The data
Collected were Collected, analyzed and tabulated according to the Values.The knowledge and awareness
about health benefits of green tea consumption was adequate among dental students.