## Enhancing student-centered learning in Biomechanics (KINE3050) using new and emerging technological educational tools

Project Abstract

Wikis

This project redesigned KINE-3050 (Biomechanics)

as a blended

course

aim to enhance student-centered learning by: (1) developing online in

with the
teractive

0 Informational website (similar to Wikipedia) incorporate

" Made by students in groups (n=6 per group)

learning modules and laboratory assignments and (2) Increasing and improving the

" Practical aspects of

Biomechanics in a sport

or profess

new technologies to enhance student learning and engagement (Wikis and

Clickers).

" 5 different topic pages:

" 1) Introduction,

Online Learning Modules
Covered topics:

" Work

Power,

and Energy

" Angular Kinematics
" Forces
" Tissue Stress
" Bone and Joints

Each module includes, interactive

tests,

and explanations (supplement to in

videos, pictures,

practice

examples,

self

-class lectures)

Online Laboratories
Example: Projectile motion

(In m)
6-
4-
2-

4 .40

Position:
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y- .00 m (Ye
Horizontal distance:
Maximum height:

Time:

i4.1 Reset

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Start

5.06 m
1.64 m
1.43 s

i Slow motion
Initial height;

Initial speed:

Angle of Inclination;

Mass:

5.000
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1.000

Gravitational acceleration: 9.810

m
mis
0

kg
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2)

Linear

Aspects,

3)

Angular

A4

Energy, and 5) Internal Biomechanics
" Each topic due before the exam for that topic (new

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Angular Kinetics
Angular kinetics describes the angular motion and the forces that cause or tend to cause that motion. Angular kffietic
conservation of angular momentum. and the angular impulse. The same concepts talked about in Linear Aspects of
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Torques
Torque is described as being the product of force and the forces moment arm. Torque force is critical for the muscles andjoi
not travel fovard during the b-mbell squat the quadricetis muscles are not exercised. Injurm can Occur in result of the knee aMd
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and the weight being the load.
Angular Momentum

figure B.

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H=mk (ii
-- That when indentifvina annula' momentum to alwx avs use RADILANS
-- H is conselved unless the object is acted on b . a net torque
Conservation of Annular Momentum

H= I&o

Conservation of angular momentum simply means that the angular nmonieiit-Lin i w1flanot change unless acted oi
most likely ,,xi1l not chan_ eo~. Therefore. if the radii. s of _vration (k). decreases then th~e an lar velocity ((3) ,will increa

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part of

this class in the future?

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Vingren, Jakob L. Enhancing student-centered learning in Biomechanics (KINE3050) using new and emerging technological educational tools. UNT Digital Library. http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc84144/. Accessed August 1, 2015.