Effectiveness of Microteaching for Developing Observation, Communication, and Professional Behavior Skill Sets Among Occupational Therapy Students

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Date Presented 3/31/2017

This study explores the effectiveness of microteaching for developing a range of clinical skills among occupational therapy students. Findings show that microteaching is more effective than traditional methods for developing students' professional behaviors and facilitating peer-supported learning.

Primary Author and Speaker: Dragana Krpalek

Additional Authors and Speakers: Sharon Pavlovich

Contributing Authors: Heather Javaherian-Dysinger, Katie Beach, Anna Boehning, Jacqueline Lim, Meryl Paja, Aishani Patel, Christine Pham

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