Assignment Artifacts and What They Reveal About How Occupation Is Addressed in U.S. Occupational Therapy Curricula
The American Journal of Occupational Therapy
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Artifacts convey essential skills, tools, and concepts to students. Studies of artifacts can therefore illumine priorities for learning. To describe the skills, tools, and concepts that assignment artifacts required students to learn, especially in relation to occupation. Educators submitted 243 artifacts that illustrated how their programs addressed occupation. Artifacts included syllabi, lectures, assignments, rubrics, study guides, texts, and learning objectives. A sociocultural research paradigm informed a secondary analysis of all assignment artifacts. Assignments were coded for the skills, tools, and underlying concepts students were to use, particularly related to occupation.
Education; Occupational therapy
Taff, S. D.,
Assignment Artifacts and What They Reveal About How Occupation Is Addressed in U.S. Occupational Therapy Curricula.
The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(4),
Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2020.036012