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Using the Experiential Taxonomy - Video One

Coding a Learner-Teacher Interaction using the Experiential Taxonomy Mini-Grid

The levels are detailed along the top of the grid. The minutes of the session are indicated down the left of hand side and the minute-by-minute transactions are coded according to the categories of the taxonomy.  This is done by placing a single X in the appropriate cell of the taxonomic grid if a teaching-learning behaviour occurs (whether once or several times) during the particular minute of the session being coded.

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Video One

It is recommended that you watch the video right through once before attempting to code it using the Mini-Grid

This video is a three minute extract from a 51-minute feedback session after four female 3rd Year Nursing students had taken part in a uniprofessional simulated teaching-learning session. The scenario being discussed involved the care of a simulated female patient who had just been moved from theatre following an operation. The students are seated in a circle that includes two female tutors - both tutors and students are dressed in nursing uniforms.

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