FTR807 - Consolidation Seminar / Field Work

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Subject Title
Consolidation Seminar / Field Work

Subject Description
This course is the final of four fieldwork placements for Therapeutic Recreation students. In keeping with previous fieldwork courses, this course includes a class component for final presentations, sharing clinical experiences, and the integration of the program?s academic content with therapeutic recreation work experience. As this is the final field component before graduation, students will be expected to have a full understanding of TR praxis and be ready to enter the clinical environment as recreation therapists.

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

  1. Integrate therapeutic recreation theories, methodologies, and approaches in professional practice.
  2. Apply problem solving skills to design 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. Use a variety of self-development tools to document professional development opportunities, goals, and progress.
  6. Develop resources relevant to issues encountered in the practicum.

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