Strategies for Engaging Students: Comprehending, Applying, & Analyzing Evidence-based Methods in PSR Higher Ed. David Merlo, MS, CPRP, COTA - SUNY/ECC, Julie Welkowitz, PhD - Southern NH University, Charlie Bernacchio, EdD, CRC - UNC at Chapel Hill.
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Strategies for Engaging Students: Comprehending, Applying, & Analyzing Evidence-based Methods in PSR Higher Ed
David Merlo, MS, CPRP, COTA - SUNY/ECC,
Julie Welkowitz, PhD - Southern NH University,
Charlie Bernacchio, EdD, CRC - UNC at Chapel Hill
Evidence-based Workforce Development Strategies for Evidence-based Practices in Mental Health (SAMHSA/HSRI) report (Leff et al. 2007)
College-level educators are-
HSRI report (Leff et al, 2007) raises concerns-
(Sholomskas et al., 2005)
(Cook, Horton-O’Connell, Fitzgibbon, & Steigman, 1998; Sholomskas et al., 2005)
Description: Justifying a decision or course of action.
Actions: hypothesizing/critiquing/experimenting/judging efficacy
Description: Generating new ideas/products/ways of viewing things.
Description : Breaking information into parts to study relationships.
Description : Using information in another familiar situation.
Actions : implementing/carrying out/using/executing
Description : Explaining ideas or concepts.
Description : Recalling information.
Actions: recognizing, listing, describing, retrieving, naming, finding
Higher ' Order Thinking