ERIC Number: EJ1132237
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2017-Apr
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Outcomes and Perceptions of Annotated Video Feedback Following Psychomotor Skill Laboratories
Truskowski, S.; VanderMolen, J.
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, v33 n2 p97-105 Apr 2017
This study sought to explore the effectiveness of annotated video technology for providing feedback to occupational therapy students learning transfers, range of motion and manual muscle testing. Fifty-seven first-year occupational therapy students were split into two groups. One received annotated video feedback during a transfer lab and traditional feedback during an upper extremity assessment lab. The second group received the opposite forms of feedback during the same labs. Students completed an online survey regarding their perceptions of learning based on the type of feedback received, including both numerical and open-ended questions. Students receiving annotated feedback scored significantly higher on the transfer practical. There was no statistically significant difference in the outcomes of the upper extremity practical. Annotated video feedback appears to significantly improve student learning when video content and feedback matches the skill to be assessed. Despite these findings, students have mixed perceptions of this form of feedback.
Descriptors: Outcomes of Education, Video Technology, Scores, Student Attitudes, Statistical Analysis, Occupational Therapy, Online Surveys, Teaching Methods, Instructional Effectiveness, Psychomotor Skills, Laboratories
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