Blended Course Map: OT 100 — Orientation to Occupational Therapy
This blended course map was created by a participant of the Blend@UW Course Design Series. It represents an example of how activities could be designed for one unit of a course to achieve the course and unit outcomes.
Example of a blended course map from OT 100 — Orientation to Occupational Therapy
Name: Jean Patz
SCID: School of Education
Course Name: OT 100 — Orientation to Occupational Therapy
Supported Program Outcomes:
OT 100 is an undergraduate class and OT courses are at the graduate or doctoral level so the
program outcomes don’t match the undergraduate level.
- SPO1 (MSOT level outcome)- Articulate the values of the profession of occupational therapy
- SPO2 (MSOT level outcome)-Describe the varied roles of OT as a practitioner, educator, researcher, and entrepreneur
- SPO3 (OTD level outcome)-Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of the evolution of the profession, the social and global forces influencing practice, delivery models, policies, and systems, including interprofessional and emerging areas of practice.
- CO1. Describe the philosophical base of the profession of OT
- CO2. Define occupational therapy
- CO3. Identify the unique roles of an occupational therapist
- CO4. Interpret the meaning of occupation and its value to health and well-being
- CO5. Identify the domain and process of occupational therapy
- CO6. Identify professional behaviors essential to the practice of OT
- CO7. Describe the educational requirements and applicable national and state credentialing involved in becoming an occupational therapist
- CO8. Articulate how evidenced-based research impacts OT
- CO9. Evaluate whether your personal goals and values align
- Module 1: in-class What is OT? History & Philosophy
- Module 2: in-class What are “Occupations”?
- Module 3: in-class OT Practice Framework
- Module 4: in-class Pathways from Student to Professional
- Module 5: online General Roles and Responsibilities
- Module 6: in-class Clinical Roles-Pediatrics
- Module 7: in-class Clinical Roles-Mental Health
- Module 8: online Clinical Roles-Adult Rehabilitation & Elderly
- Module 9: in-class Clinical Roles-Hand Therapy
- Module 10 online Non-clinical Roles-Educator and Scholar
- Module 11 in-class Empathy Exercise-lab
- Module 12 online Non-Clinical Roles-Researcher
- Module 13 online Non-Clinical Roles-Advocate, Consultant & Entrepreneur
- Module 14 in-class MSOT student panel
- Module 15 online Wrapping up and Self Reflection (last day of class)
Unit Being Redesigned:
Module 1: in-class What is OT? History & Philosophy
- UO1. Summarize the main themes in the official definition of OT.
- UO2. Identify the early social structures, political movements, and cultural influences that
- impacted the profession.
- UO3.Identify each of the original founders’ contributions to the creation of occupational therapy.
- UO4.Describe how our history has informed the 2025 vision for occupational therapy.
- UO5.Describe the philosophical base of the profession of OT including a holistic and client-centered approach, active beings with potential for change, and occupation as a means and an end
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What is OT?
(The beginning of class will be spent on student introductions and covering the syllabus since it is the first class. I did not include these activities in this course map assignment)