Alternative Clinical Education Model for Level I and Level II Occupational Therapy Students:. Tamra Trenary OTD, OTR/L, BCPR Donna Heinle OTD, OTR/L, BCPR 10/26/2012. OBJECTIVES. Describe the qualities, similarities and differences of the collaborative model.
Tamra Trenary OTD, OTR/L, BCPR
Donna Heinle OTD, OTR/L, BCPR
One Center Coordinator of Clinical Education/Six Clinical Education Coordinators
(Cohn, E.S, Dooley, N. R., Simmons, L. A. 2001)
Work load demands
Student Preparation for Daily Tasks
Student Directed Teaching/Learning
Used to Guide Collaborative Model Clinical Curriculum
The transformative learning approach is where the status quo is questioned and underlying assumptions are challenged in an effort to gain a higher level of understanding about a phenomenon.
Are there elevated fears that you may have about working with a 3:1 collaborative model?
Begin with the End in Mind
What should the student know and be able to do by the end of this clinical internship?
Identify most commonly encountered conditions/diagnoses
What unique experiences do you have to offer?
What topics do you seem to have to review with every student?
What safety issues do students need to know?
Identify core concepts to be incorporated with every student:
For each core concept include:
FWEd Directed Teaching/Learning