Practice and Service Learning in Occupational Therapy: Enhancing Potential in Context
Foreword I by Alfred Ramukumba.
Foreword II by Jennifer Creek.
I: THE CONTEXT OF PRACTICE AND SERVICE LEARNING.
Introduction to Section l.
1. Practice and service learning in context, (Madeleine Duncan, Auldeen Alsop).
2. A responsive curriculum for new forms of practice education and learning, (Madeleine Duncan, Janice McMillan).
3. Reflecting on contexts of service learning, (Robin Joubert, Roshan Galvaan, Theresa Lorenzo, Elelwani Ramugondo).
4. A quality framework for practice education and learning, (Madeleine Duncan, Theresa Lorenzo).
II: DEVELOPING PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY.
Introduction to Section ll.
5. Preparing students for the complexities of practice learning, (Helen Buchanan, Lizahn Cloete).
6. Working in the real world: unlocking the potential of students, (Theresa Lorenzo, Helen Buchanan).
7. Role emerging settings, service learning and social change, (Roshan Galvaan).
8. Group learning experiences in rural communities, (Fasloen Adams, Heather Wonnacott).
9. Group supervision: making the most of limited educational infrastructures, (Elke Hagedorn, Fasloen Adams).
10. Engaging students as partners in service development, (Theresa Lorenzo, Auldeen Alsop).
11. Partnerships in service learning evaluation, (Lucia Hess-April).
III: ENHANCING POTENTIAL.
Introduction to Section lll.
12. Group processes in practice education, (Madeleine Duncan).
13. Transforming experience into learning: briefing and debriefing for practice learning, (Lindsey Nicholls and Alice Mackenzie).
14. Promoting competence through assessment, (Madeleine Duncan, Robin Joubert).
15. Engaging with student writing: using feedback to promote learning, (Madeleine Duncan, Helen Buchanan).
16. The student as supervisor, (Lana van Niekerk, Madeleine Duncan, Karen Prakke).
17. Enhancing potential through lifelong learning and research, (Auldeen Alsop).
18. Looking ahead: future directions in practice education and research, (Auldeen Alsop, Madeleine Duncan, Theresa Lorenzo, Helen Buchanan).