This is a series of 13 short white board video lectures explaining the physiology and pathophysiology of the pulmonary system. The videos range from 8 minutes to 27.5 minutes in duration. The topics covered are purpose of the pulmonary system, pulmonary anatomy, pulmonary blood flow, pulmonary gas pressures, oxygen hemoglobin dissociation curve, pulmonary volumes and capacities, ventilation and perfusion, mechanics of breathing, ventilator control and dyspnea, hypoxia shunts and ventilation perfusion mismatch, acute respiratory distress syndrome and pathophysiology of COPD.
Type of Material:
Online lecture and lab supplement
Flipped classroom assignment
Review materials for students preparing to take standardized tests for professional license or admission to professional medical or allied health programs.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
After reviewing these videos, the student will be able to:
Describe the physiology of the pulmonary system.
Explain the ventilation and perfusion mismatch conditions.
Discuss the pathology of acute distress syndrome.
Summarize the pathophysiology of COPD.
Target Student Population:
Undergraduate, graduate, and professional program students
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Basic knowledge of general chemistry and general biology recommended
Academic contents are delivered in a less rigid tone, inviting the audience to relax while absorbing the information.
Well organized and build on each other
Content is relevant and accurate
Concepts are very well explained
Each module can be used independently
An introductory slide presenting the topics to be covered in the video would be helpful.
Some of the videos are long and may lose student’s interest.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
Videos reinforce concepts progressively.
Pace appropriate for students to follow along.
Engages multiple senses; audio, text and drawings to describe concepts.
Colors on the video were easy to see.
Conversational delivery style aided by self-drawn whiteboard diagrams improves effectiveness.
Learning objectives are not listed.
Follow up quiz or questions are not given for self-assessment
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Videos are easy to access
Presentation is clear with no distracting elements
Other Issues and Comments:
Appropriate credits and permissions are not displayed with the diagrams.
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