Do lectures truly kindle learning process?



Dhastagir Sultan Sheriff

Department of Biochemistry Al Arab Medical University Benghazi, Libya Email:

Libyan J Med 2010, 5: 4878 – DOI: 10.3402/ljm.v5i0.4878


Didactic lectures in Medical Education take a sizeable portion of teaching in the pre- and paraclinical years. Most of the time the lectures become the source of dispensing information rather than kindling the curiosity of the learner’s mind. Medical Education being a continual learning process lectures and lecturers must instil in the minds of the students that teaching is learning process. Educational institution is a place where they learn how to learn and understand that medical research is a ” living process”.

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