Sequence: Anatomical Terminology to Analyze Movement (TBL)

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Sequence: Anatomical Terminology to Analyze Movement (TBL)
Biomechanics is a required, core course for all Kinesiology majors and most minors (majors include Athletic Training, Exercise Science, and Physical Education; minors include Coaching and Kinesiology). Pre-requisites for the course include Anatomy and Physiology, as well as a math course that provides, at minimum, an introduction to trigonomic functions. The class meets twice a week for 110 minutes. The extended amount of time is because this is a lab-based class, 110 minutes is designated in the catalog for lecture and the other 110 minutes for lab activities. The class size usually is maxed around 30 students per class. This is one of 6 modules used in the semester-long course.

- Dr. Tamara Bories

- Dr. Miguel Narvaez

Keywords: Biomechanics, Kinesiology, TBL,

Discipline: Kinesiology

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the module Anatomical Terminology, the students will be able to:
1. identify the positions of the joints when standing in anatomical position
2. identify how directional terminology is used
3. classify planes and the associated axes of motion
4. utilize movement terminology for each of the major joints when describing movements
5. apply anatomical terminology when analyzing movements
6. analyze movement complexity; sequencing of and simultaneous movements
7. evaluate movement complexity; sequencing of and simultaneous movements

Outline of Activities: This is a Team Based Learning Lesson and it contains:

  - Individual Readiness Assurance Test (iRAT)
  - Team Readiness Assurance Test (iRAT)
  - 1 Application Exercise (AE)
  - Student self-reflection

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Audience: College - University
Subjects: Healthcare sciences
Language: English
LAMS Version: 4.0
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Authored By:   Chelsea Bullock
Date: 11 November 2020 11:41 PM
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