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Learning Exercise: Instructors Guide and Post-Video Assessment for Neck Dissection Video

Title:
Instructors Guide and Post-Video Assessment for Neck Dissection Video
Material:
Description:
This instructor’s guide including a structures list and post-video questions to assess student knowledge.
Course: Anatomy

Info

Submitted by:
Mary Bee
Date Last Modified:
June 26, 2012

Exercise

Advise to faculty for using this Instructors Guide: 1. Have the students view the video. This may be shown in class or as an at-home assignment for your students before the first lab. Students may follow along with the Structure List, found below. 2. Instruct the students to complete the assessment. This may be administered in class or imported into your course management system so that students complete this assessment before they attend lab.
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Audience

  • College Upper Division
  • Graduate School
  • Professional

Topics

Neck dissection and identification of human cadaver

Requirements

A knowledge of the human body is helpful, but not required.

Learning Objectives

1. Dissect the neck region of a cadaver to expose the anatomy of the neck. 2. Identify and describe the structure of the neck. 3. Identify relationships of neck structures as they lie in proximity to anatomical features of importance.

Type of Task

  • Group
  • Individual
  • Student-centered
  • Supervised
  • Teacher-centered
  • Unsupervised

Assessment

Assessment is found within the INSTRUCTORS GUIDE.

Technical Notes

Instructions: 1. Begin by reading the instructor’s guide. 2. Have the students view the video. This may be shown in class or as an at-home assignment for your students before the first lab. Students may follow along with the Structure List, found below. 3. Instruct the students to complete the assessment. This may be administered in class or imported into your course management system so that students complete this assessment before they attend lab.