By Gail M. Jensen, Katherine F. Shepard
Via offering theoretical options and comparable sensible functions, this guide can help actual therapists to enhance their figuring out and ability in academic approaches. The publication encompasses many varieties of training events, akin to lecturing, laboratory guide, and guided seminars, educating in scientific settings, operating with sufferers and households, offering inservices to colleagues, and taking part in group healthiness endeavours.
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S cussion and reflection on the intent of the program can be a powerfu helping students understand the coursework and required education riences, as well as socializing them into the profession. For an ad example, see Table 1-8 in which a physical therapist assistant progr clearly stated what the student will be prepared for consistent with th dards of the profession and the mission of the college. /I 20 CURRICULUM DESIGN FOR PHYSICAL THERAPY EDUCATIONAL Table 1-8 Physical Therapist Assistant Program Mission: Clarkson The Physical Therapist Assistant program at Clarkson College is design students a diverse educational experience rich in both basic and appli Students of the program will be prepared to work under the supervisi licensed physical therapist and be expected to demonstrate good ethic and compassion in the treatment of patients.
Tyler's Question 2: Educational Experiences Once goals and philosophy are understood, the next questi to be answered is what educational experiences are needed to achieve the purposes. Coursework in physical therapy and physical therapist assista programs usually consists of foundation sciences, such as anatomy a 10 CURRICULUM DESIGN FOR PHYSICAL THERAPY EDUCATION Table 1-4 Program Philosophy (Master of Physical Therapy Program, Temple University) Physical therapy is a health care profession whose purpose is the pro human health and function by application of theory to identify, as ate, or prevent human movement dysfunction.
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Handbook of Teaching for Physical Therapists by Gail M. Jensen, Katherine F. Shepard