Proposal Abstract

On-line teaching methods serve as an excellent adjunct to teaching/learning strategies within hybrid courses, i ncluding lab-intensive courses. Presenters and audience participants will discuss the use of on-line video presentation as an adjunctive teaching methodology for instruction of psychomotor skills in the health professions. Outcomes of ongoing research exploring effects of the use of online streamed video instruction and traditional face-to-face instruction of clinical skills on student learning will be shared, including application and implementation of the use of online media/video as either an alternate or adjunctive instructional method for acquisition and proficiency of psychomotor skills. Effects of type and order of instruction will be discussed in relationship to learning styles and educational theory in psychomotor learning. Attendees can expect to learn principles of psychomotor learning theory, application of online learning technology, instructional design principles. Discussion of learning styles and the type of audience that will best respond to this type of instructional methods will be included.

Location

Room 2903

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

 
Mar 12th, 11:00 AM Mar 12th, 11:45 AM

Application of the Use of Online Streaming Video for Instruction of Psychomotor Skills in Health Professions

Room 2903

On-line teaching methods serve as an excellent adjunct to teaching/learning strategies within hybrid courses, i ncluding lab-intensive courses. Presenters and audience participants will discuss the use of on-line video presentation as an adjunctive teaching methodology for instruction of psychomotor skills in the health professions. Outcomes of ongoing research exploring effects of the use of online streamed video instruction and traditional face-to-face instruction of clinical skills on student learning will be shared, including application and implementation of the use of online media/video as either an alternate or adjunctive instructional method for acquisition and proficiency of psychomotor skills. Effects of type and order of instruction will be discussed in relationship to learning styles and educational theory in psychomotor learning. Attendees can expect to learn principles of psychomotor learning theory, application of online learning technology, instructional design principles. Discussion of learning styles and the type of audience that will best respond to this type of instructional methods will be included.