Learning and Behavior Change

SAR OT 562

This graduate course in occupational therapy is designed to examine interdisciplinary theories and methods of learning and behavior change that inform current OT theoretical approaches and interventions. The course explores the impact of various clinical conditions and cognitive function on learning and behavior change. Readings, independent learning and group activities are combined with assignments focused on 1) analyzing theory as a guiding principle in designing evidence-based, occupation and client centered interventions, and 2) demonstrating an understanding of selected occupational therapy assessments that include a metacognitive or dynamic component, including knowledge of assessment procedures and clinical implications of assessment findings. Class participation and independent learning are an essential aspect of this course. Class format is lecture and application discussions.

SPRG 2016 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Newman SAR 102 M 2:30 pm-4:30 pm
A1 Newman SAR 102 F 11:00 am-1:00 pm

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