OTD 850. Teaching Practicum. 1-3 Hours.
The purpose of this course is to provide practical learning whereby students receive individual mentorship for the development, implementation and evaluation of a teaching experience. Students will be responsible for developing the material, instructing students, grading assignments and evaluating the teaching experience. The teaching experience is expected to include at least 12 hours of face to face instruction (or the equivalent in on-line teaching or written materials). Teaching experiences can include MOT program lectures or labs, continuing education workshops, patient education programs, or staff inservices or another experience that meets the time and competency requirements. Prerequisite: A graduate level teaching methods course such as NSG 873, NSG 874, C T 740, C T 840 PRA.
OTDE 850. Professionalism in Administration. 2 Hours.
This course will focus on management and administrative skill sets. This course will focus on professional responsibilities and essential skill sets associated with leadership, administration, and management of occupational therapy services. This course will encourage identification of career development opportunities and future career paths. Students working in small work groups will apply management skills and business principles to design and propose an occupation based program. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all prior coursework required by the OTDE curriculum. LEC.