Handbook of Teaching and Learning for Physical TherapistsBy
- Gail Jensen
- Elizabeth Mostrom
Paperback, 304 Pages
Published: May 2012
"This book successfully fulfills its aim in demonstrating the various aspects of education in both academic and clinical practice environments. The information is well suited to academics, clinical instructors, and a graduate students alike...The use of appropriate examples to formulate the background for each chapter, the threshold concepts concluding the chapter's important take-home message, and the appendices at the end of each chapter further enhances the book's messages...Overall, this valuable publication is a fantastic resource which will help every academic, graduate student, an demonstrator to carry out effective teaching and learning in an academnic or clinical environment, and is highly recommended." Physical Therapy Reviews, October 2013
Section I: Education in the Academic Environment
- Curriculum Design for Physical Therapy Educational Programs
- From Curriculuar Goals to Instruction: Preparing to Teach
- Teaching and Learning in Academic Settings
- Physical Therapy Education in the Digital Age: Leveraging Technologies to Promote Learning
- Assessing and Improving the Teaching and Learning Process in Academic Settings
- Authentic Assessment: Simulation-Based Education NEW!
- Strategies for Planning and Implementing Interprofessional Education NEW! Section II: Education in Practice Environments
- Preparation for Teaching in Clinical Settings
- Techniques for Teaching in Clinical Settings
- What Makes a Good Clinical Teacher? NEW!
- Facilitating the Teaching and Learning of Clinical Reasoning NEW!
- Patient Education and Health Literacy NEW!
- Applied Behavioral Theory and Adherence: Models for Practice NEW!
- Teaching and Learning Psychomotor Skills
- Community Health Promotion: Evolving Opportunities for Physical Therapists
- Post-Professional Clinical Residency and Fellowship Education