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Pages: 3337-3341
Publication year: 2018
ISBN: 978-84-697-9480-7
ISSN: 2340-1079
doi: 10.21125/inted.2018.0642

Conference name: 12th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Dates: 5-7 March, 2018
Location: Valencia, Spain

VIDEO RECORDING BY STUDENTS TO SUPPORT PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICAL CLASSES

V. Perez-Cabezas1, J.A. Moral-Munoz1, C. Ruiz-Molinero1, R. Martín-Valero1, B. Nuñez-Moraleda2

1University of Cadiz, Department of Nursing and Physiotherapy (SPAIN)
2University of Cadiz, Department of Computer Science and Engineering (SPAIN)
Video in the classroom is used for educational purposes all over the world, but other studies are based on the use of video recording for preparing examination or to supply the traditional class. In the present work, based on a training innovation project of the University of Cádiz, entitled “Development of audio-visual resources by the student for the subject of specific methods of intervention in physiotherapy III”, the students recorded videos in practical class with an expert help. After the edition process, the videos were published on YouTube and the institutional virtual campus.

These videos were reviewed and allowed the detection of mistakes and successes in the practical process, allowing student and teacher guide the learning process correcting errors and strengthening the successes. Also, they were used by the students for preparing the final practical examination.

A total of 47 students took part in this project in 2017 and 47 students will participate in 2018. The expert in audio-visual resources informed about the professionalism of the students during the video recording, and about some fails. A total of 34 techniques were recorded twice by two different students groups.

In order to obtain the student satisfaction, two surveys to evaluate the student impressions was performed. Initial survey (before the video record) and a final survey (in subject final exams) were filled by the students to evaluate the different impressions about the project. The results in all questions of both surveys show a broad consensus among the students surveyed since in all questions obtains more of 70% of agree. In particular the questions “Do you consider the video resources could help in the learning process?” The 100% of students in both surveys suggested they are in agreement with the statement. And about the question “Does the process of video recording upgrade my self-worth?”, the 70,2% of students agreed.

In conclusion, video recording is a useful tool to support the study of the practical content of physiotherapy. This process generated a big video database, which can be used for the teacher in future courses, and can help to student to prepare the final practical exams and definitely to be a better future professional.
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title = {VIDEO RECORDING BY STUDENTS TO SUPPORT PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICAL CLASSES},
series = {12th International Technology, Education and Development Conference},
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V. Perez-Cabezas, J.A. Moral-Munoz, C. Ruiz-Molinero, R. Martín-Valero, B. Nuñez-Moraleda (2018) VIDEO RECORDING BY STUDENTS TO SUPPORT PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICAL CLASSES, INTED2018 Proceedings, pp. 3337-3341.
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