If you recently introduced a new set of clinical skills, your students may not be ready to demonstrate the skills on their own.
In that case, you can assign your students to analyze and critique existing demonstration videos online.
If you have access to skills demonstration videos you would have used in class, you can share them with your students. Otherwise, ask them to look up their own examples from your list of recommended skills.
Assigning the Work:
Ask your students to watch the video, have them reference your skills checklist and note down which steps in the video follow the checklist correctly and which do not.
Then, they should send you the video link along with their analysis of the demonstration.
Along with demonstrating their knowledge, this type of assignment will help reinforce the importance of following the correct process you’re teaching.
This analysis and critique works well for skills that your students can’t practice at home, such as: