Showcase of Creative Approaches In OER
In the following activities, the authors combine three H5P tools to invite students to engage: the juxtaposition tool, the fill-in-the-gaps tool, and the accordion tool. The textbook includes a number of “finding the error” activities that follow this basic format, a design decision that establishes a productive rhythm for learners returning to the text each week.
These examples appear in in Vital Sign Measurement Across the Lifespan – 2nd Canadian Edition by Jennifer L. Lapum, Margaret Verkuyl, Wendy Garcia, Oona St-Amant, and Andy Tan (Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License).
Example 1 : Tympanic Temperature
To see this page in context, visit “Finding the Error Activity: Tympanic Temperature.”
Examples 2 and 3: Measuring Oxygen Saturation
To see this page in context, visit “Finding the Error Activity 4“
Now you have an opportunity to find errors in measurement techniques. The first activity involves watching a short film clip.
What error in technique is this healthcare provider making while measuring oxygen saturation in Film clip 4.1?
Film clip 4.1 Oxygen saturation taken incorrectly
Alternatively, if viewing textbook as a PDF, use this link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/bbm3hOPFjQg?rel=0
Now you have an opportunity to find errors in measurement techniques by looking at an image.
Which image shows the correct technique while measuring oxygen saturation?