The concept map below relates to a course in clinical assessment that I teach. I wanted to link the course outcomes to each of the major regional parts of the body. My emphasis is on the principles of massage and how they relate to the body. Often students struggle with linking old and new knowledge… Read more »
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Using the CRAAP test to check my OER textbook selection
OER offerings added.
OER sampling of materials available to support teaching and learning of Porter’s Five Forces, a model for Strategic Management
Exploring ways to find appropriate photos using online resources.
Blog post, tweeted on May 20, 2018. My thoughts on the subject.
Clinical assessment is a tricky area for students and for experts. Students struggle with the content and its application. They struggle with the constituent parts and often get stuck focusing on very specific parts of the assessment process. They struggle with linking the elements of the process together and can frequent fall into cognitive overload… Read more »
Intrinsic Motivation Allows me to link different content areas I can be a more effective student therapist in the clinic I can fine-tune my treatment of clients I can make connections between old knowledge and new knowledge Extrinsic Motivation The course is integral to later courses in the program Having the knowledge and skills to… Read more »
One of the courses I teach is called ‘clinical assessment’. It can be very challenging for the students because it requires them to draw from previous learning (e.g. anatomy), learn new information (e.g. how to assess various joints in the body), and then integrate that learning into clinical practice. Students can often be overwhelmed with… Read more »
Have you hear that you can’t step in the same river twice? Well, you can’t teach the same class twice either!