Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)
Resources for Fieldwork Educators
Faculty members at the University of Pittsburgh collaborate with Fieldwork Educators in the community to prepare students to deliver high quality occupational therapy services. We recognize the expertise of Fieldwork Educators and their highly valuable commitment to student education.
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Fieldwork Education at PITT
An overview of fieldwork education is provided along with an introduction to Level I and Level II fieldwork for Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) (entry-level) students and the Clinical Preceptorship for Master of Science (MS) (post-professional) students. Click here for more information
Fieldwork education is a crucial part of professional preparation in occupational therapy. It is integrated as a component of our curriculum design and is an extension of the MOT program in clinical and community settings. The curriculum design of the MOT Program at the University of Pittsburgh is provided here for use as we collaborate in planning a meaningful experience for students.
- Curriculum Design and Level II Fieldwork Objectives
- Curriculum Design and Level I Fieldwork Objectives for OT 2107
- Curriculum Design and Level I Fieldwork Objectives for OT 2114
- Curriculum Design and Level I Fieldwork Objectives for OT 2115
In our partnership with Fieldwork Educators, we have provided information and links to websites we hope will be helpful to all Fieldwork Educators, new and experienced. Additionally, our Academic Fieldwork Coordinator, Ann Marsico, MOT, OTR/L, is available and welcomes collaboration on any issue related to fieldwork!