Techn'Teach: 2015 AOTA Conference
Using Mobile Annotation Tools to Provide Feedback to Students During Training and Practice of Hands-on Skills
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Who: Scott Truskowski, Assitant Professor Occupational Therapy
Who: Dr. Julia VanderMolen, Assitant Professor Allied Health Sciences
When: April, 2015
Where: Nashville, TN
AbstractThis session will describe the implementation of annotated video feedback during a series of laboratory sessions. Reported outcomes will include student perceptions of annotated video feedback to their learning and student reflections on their ability to meet the learning objectives for the course.
- Objective 1: Participants will identify approaches and skills that are necessary to implement annotated video feedback to student feedback.
- Objective 2: Participants will learn the tools used to provide annotated feedback for students learning psychomotor skills.
- Objective 3: Participants will brainstorm additional areas of application for annotated video feedback.
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Ice, P., Curtis, R., Phillips, P., & Wells, J. (2007). Using asynchronous audio feedback to enhance teaching presence and students’ sense of community. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 11(2), 3-25.
van de Ridder, J.M.M., Stokking, K.M., McGaghie, W.C., & ten Cate, O.T.J. (2008). What
is feedback in clinical education? Medical Education, 42, 189-197.
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