Blended Course Map: OT 100 — Orientation to Occupational Therapy

Blended Learning

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
Department: Kinesiology
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.

Course Objectives:

Course Units:

Unit Being Redesigned:
Module 1: in-class What is OT? History & Philosophy

Unit Objectives:

Activity Map
Pre-Class Activities In-Class Activities Post-Class Activities
Read Content on Canvas page:
What is OT?
  • AOTA Brochure on OT
  • Definitions of OT from 5 different sources UO1
Watch video:
  • What can OT do for you? UO1
Activity:
  • Create a brief definition of OT on padlet. UO1
  • Brief lecture reviewing pre-class content UO1
  • Active learning activity-Role play communicating OT with partner UO1
  • Group Discussion about experience of explaining OT-UO1
(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)
  • Read History of OT and OT Philosophy Canvas pages. UO2,UO4, UO5
  • View links to OT founders UO3
  • Watch Celebrating AOTA’s Centennial: A historical look at 100 years of OT
  • Take quiz about OT founders UO2, UO3
  • Post application assignment about current factors impacting OT-UO4
  • Complete unit quiz - UO1, UO2, UO3,UO4, UO5
  • Complete wrap-up survey