Center for the Study of Occupational Therapy Education
To provide the organizational structure for the systematic study and evaluation of
educational content and instructional processes related to the discipline of occupational
therapy, and to disseminate information obtained from such studies through technical
reports, publications, professional forums and workshops.
- To identify, examine and analyze the major elements that influence the design, organization,
structure and functioning of educational programs in occupational therapy.
- To study the basic concepts and assumptions that lead to the development of the body
of knowledge and skills incorporated in the discipline of occupational therapy and
which continue to guide the direction of its scholarship and practice.
- To design and test alternative models for learning and practice in the discipline
of occupational therapy.
- To disseminate information obtained from such studies.
The following Learning Modules are being offered:
- Ethics: Implications for Occupational Therapy
- Assessing Faculty Work: Facilitating Professional Outcomes
- Curriculum Development: A Design Process
- Instructional Design and Measuring Instructional Intent
- Testing: Promoting Learning, Critical Reasoning, and Accountability
For information and access to the learning modules please contact:
Michael Iwama, Ph.D.
Georgia Regents University
College of Allied Health Sciences
Department of Occupational Therapy
987 St. Sebastian Way, EC 2312
Augusta, Georgia 30912-0700
Phone: (706) 721-3641
Fax: (706) 721-9718