Online video assessment of clinical phonetic transcription skills in Speech and Language Pathology

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Abstract

An online clinical phonetic transcription exam was designed as part of a redeveloped second year exam of clinical skills within a Speech and Language Pathology degree. This paper describes the design, implementation and evaluation of this pilot phonetic assessment. Results show that students responded well to this method of assessment, indicating high levels of preference for the individually viewed video, and also high levels of enjoyment. These findings suggest that institutional Moodle-supported VLEs are appropriate for hosting and providing appropriate assessments to replicate clinical settings.

Conference

ConferencePhonetics Teaching and Learning Conference 2017 (PTLC2017)
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period9/08/1711/08/17

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Speech-Language Pathology
Phonetics
Clinical Competence
Students

Keywords

  • phonetic assessment
  • virtual learning environments
  • clinical phonetics
  • transcription
  • online learning
  • video

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Timmins, C. (2017). Online video assessment of clinical phonetic transcription skills in Speech and Language Pathology. Phonetics Teaching and Learning Conference 2017 (PTLC2017), London, United Kingdom.
Timmins, Claire. / Online video assessment of clinical phonetic transcription skills in Speech and Language Pathology. Phonetics Teaching and Learning Conference 2017 (PTLC2017), London, United Kingdom.
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