These objectives map onto the 42 items in AOTA's Fieldwork Performance Evaluation for students.
This manual includes routine policies and procedures related to TWU's process for recruting, assigning, confirming and monitoring Level 2 fieldwork placements. The fieldwork coordinator serves as a resource for students and faculty, fieldwork sites and supervisors regarding the logistics of initiating, managing and monitoring outcomes of fieldwork experiences.
This handbook details student related timelines, responsibilities and assignments while on fieldwork. Certification and licensure procedures are outlined, as well as helpful tips for fieldwork success.
Comprehensive overall learner outcomes are established for each module (semester) in the academic program. The fifth, and final, module is level 2 fieldwork. Fieldwork outcomes are based on the culmination of the student's ever increasing skills. Students engage in a wide variety of practice skills depending on the setting and clientelle. A sample of these experiences are listed here to illustrate how fieldwork education supports the academic program.
Fieldwork II Fieldwork Experience Dates (2013-2020)
The syllabus outlines course objectives for Level 2 fieldwork experiences, and details student responsibilities and assignments.
This form is used by students to provide feedback to the School and other students about their experience on a specific rotation. A copy is left with the site's fieldwork educator.
This form is used by the fieldwork site to describe their practice setting, clientele, program characteristics, student responsibilities and pre-requisites. A copy is posted in our FW2 database for faculty and student access.
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