Volume 4, Issue 3 (2016) Summer 2016
Special Issue on Education: Expanding the Scope and Impact of Education ResearchThis issue addresses the question, How do we grow education research in occupational therapy? A new research agenda matrix is presented and each article exemplifies an intersection in the matrix. Dr. Sylvia Rodger and I also discuss this question in a special She Said/She Said feature article in this issue. Dr. Lori Reynold’s story and cover art mirror the design, persistence, and creativity involved in assembling knowledge about and for teaching and learning.
Letter from the Editor
Developing an Indigenous, Entry-Level Master’s Degree Program in a Country with an Emerging OT Profession
Lesley A. Garcia, Julie D. Kugel, Heather Javaherian-Dysinger, and Esther Huecker
Student rating of skill performance opportunities in faculty-directed research
Carrie A. Ciro and Mary Isaacson
Professional portfolios used by Canadian occupational therapists: How can they be improved?
Brigitte Vachon, Annie Rochette, Aliki Thomas, Welove Foucar Desormeaux, and Ai-Thuy Huynh
Digital Storytelling as Poetic Reflection in Occupational Therapy Education: An Empirical Study
Lisebet S. Skarpaas, Grete Jamissen, Cecilie Krüger, Vigdis Holmberg, and Pip Hardy
Development and Psychometric Properties of the Emotional Intelligence Admission Essay Scale
Sharon A. Gutman and Janet P. Falk-Kessler
Student Perceptions of Scholarly Writing
Shirley Peganoff O'Brien, Dory Marken, and Kelsey Bennett Petrey
Peer Observation and Evaluation Tool (POET): A Formative Peer Review Supporting Scholarly Teaching
Jeffrey L. Crabtree, Patricia J. Scott, and Fengyi Kuo
Topics in Education
EPortfolio: The Scholarly Capstone for the Practice Doctoral Degree in Occupational Therapy
Jim Hinojosa and Tsu-Hsin Howe
Achieving Teaching, Scholarship, and Service through Community Engagement
Carole K. Ivey, Jodi L. Teitelman, Kelli W. Gary, Dianne F. Simons, Jayne T. Shepherd, and Albert E. Copolillo
Opinions in the Profession
She Said, She Said: A Conversation about Growing Education Research in Occupational Therapy
Barbara Hooper and Sylvia Rodger
Occupation and the Artist
- Guest Co-Editor
- Barb Hooper, Ph.D., OTR, FAOTA, Colorado State University
- Diane Powers Dirette, Ph.D., OTL, FAOTA
- Managing Editor
- Ben Atchison, Ph.D., OTR/L, FAOTA
- Associate Editor
- Allison Chamberlain Fox, MS, OTR/L
- Copy Editor
- Cynthia J. Cunningham, Ph.D.
- Art Editor
- Lydia Royeen, MOT, OTR/L You may at firstname.lastname@example.org
Occupation and the Artist
The “Occupation and the Artist” section of OJOT highlights the use of art in the practice of OT and in the occupations of both consumers of OT services and its practitioners. Click here to explore this unique feature of OJOT.
Be sure to follow the link from the left side of the OJOT site to read about the sponsor(s), unique to each quarterly issue.