FTR607 - Consolidation Seminar/Fieldwork

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Subject Title
Consolidation Seminar/Fieldwork

Subject Description
This course is the second of four fieldwork placements for the Therapeutic Recreation student. The course consists of clinical experience and a class component for final presentations. Additionally, the class time will be used for students to integrate academic awareness with the therapeutic recreation work experience they have acquired in a health care or social service agency. Information about the students' placement experiences will be shared, discussed, and analyzed in the classroom to integrate academic learning with the realities of the therapeutic recreation workplace.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

  1. Analyze therapeutic recreation theories, methodologies, and approaches that could be used in professional practice.
  2. Apply problem solving skills to recommend therapeutic recreation solutions, therapies, or interventions based on field placement experience.
  3. Record best practices encountered during field work to inform therapeutic recreation practice.
  4. Function in the role of a recreation therapist as a member of an interdisciplinary team.
  5. Document professional development goals and progress during field placement.
  6. Analyze resources relevant to issues encountered in the field placement.

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