Secondary School Athletic Training Facility Scavenger Hunt Orientation Case Study
The purpose of this case study is to explain an educational game that was utilized as part of an orientation component with CAATE accredited athletic training students and technical high school sports medicine observation students. The students were guided through a scavenger hunt in three phases to help locate items within the athletic training room and then analyze the item’s function and non-traditional usages. This activity utilized the educational theory of ‘Bloom’s Taxonomy’ to introduce knowledge of athletic training supplies and equipment and help students implement that knowledge into future clinical practice.
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