Elements of a subject-centered education model in occupational therapy education
For two decades, scholars have urged the occupational therapy profession to prioritize placing occupation at the center of curricular designs and educational activities in order to advance occupational science and therapy (e.g., Yerxa, 1998; Whiteford & Wilcock, 2001). Subject-centered education has been proposed as one model for occupational therapy education (Hooper, 2006, 2010). However, the elements of the model and their transactions required further empirical development. Elements included the subject of occupation, other topics, and a community of knowers (Palmer, 1998). Video data were ...
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