A National Survey of Learning Activities and Instructional Strategies Used to Teach Occupation: Implications for Signature Pedagogies
The American journal of occupational therapy
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Occupational therapy practitioners’ professional identities and distinctive contributions to health care connect essentially to their knowledge of occupation. Thus, the strategies educators use to convey occupation to students and the perspectives embedded in those strategies are critical topics for researchers.
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Curriculum and Instruction | Occupational Therapy
Taff, S. D.,
A National Survey of Learning Activities and Instructional Strategies Used to Teach Occupation: Implications for Signature Pedagogies.
The American journal of occupational therapy, 73(5),
Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2019.032789