Exploring the applicability and utility of the subject-centered integrative learning model in academic education
The purpose of this study was to explore the utility of the Subject-Centered Integrative Learning model (SCIL-OT) for occupational therapy educators when crafting occupation-centered learning experiences. The need for centering education on occupation, the core concept of occupational therapy, has been promoted by multiple scholars (e.g. Whiteford and Wilcock, 2001; Yerxa, 1998). However, occupation-centered education has not yet been fully operationalized. The SCIL-OT is a model created to assist educators in centralizing occupation in their teaching, but development has been primarily conceptual ...
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