Use Of Video-Based Cases As A Medium To Develop Critical Thinking Skills In Health Science Students

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Genevieve Pinto Zipp Zipp
Cathy Maher

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video based cases, learning strategy, critical thinking

Abstract

One learning strategy that, at present, has not been widely used in graduate Physical Therapy education is “video based cases”. The use of visually unfolding case-based experience provides students a unique opportunity to experience real patient scenarios in their classroom environment. The purpose of this paper is to provide data on student perceptions of usefulness of the video based case experience in promoting their ability to organize, prioritize, and integrate content knowledge for the development of effective critical thinking skills.

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