Use of student-created video resources to enhance science practical skills training

Derek Anthony Scott, Cameron John Malcolm, Jack Kirkman, Alison Jenkinson

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Abstract

Increasing academic diversity and student numbers has challenged traditional delivery of core practical skills. Utilising Objective Structured Practical Examinations (OSPE's), time spent delivering science practical skills has been reduced substantially. However, student-developed short video resources utilised before and after the practical class has enabled more effective use of practical class time. VLE data demonstrated high video utilisation and attainment was not adversely impacted. Feedback from anatomy, physiology and sport science students has been very positive. These results suggest that larger, diverse practical classes can be trained in a consistent and effective manner by using student-created video resources.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 25 Apr 2019
Event11th Annual Academic Development Symposium - Regent Building, Old Aberdeen , Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Duration: 25 Apr 201925 Apr 2019

Conference

Conference11th Annual Academic Development Symposium
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityAberdeen
Period25/04/1925/04/19

Keywords

  • OSPE
  • objective structured practical examination
  • video resources
  • education
  • students
  • practical skills

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