Title

Preferred teaching strategies of occupational therapy students of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute in A.Y. 2015-2016

Date of Completion

2015

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy

Keywords

Teaching, Occupational Therapy

Abstract

The study engaged a quantitative descriptive type of research method. The chosen population of the study was the students from De La Salle Health Sciences Institute College of Rehabilitation Sciences taking Bachelor of Science Occupational Therapy in their 3rd year, 4th year and 5th year. The study utilized the cluster random sampling technique in conducting the study. A self-made tool was used in this study to determine the preferred teaching strategies of occupational therapy students used by the College of Rehabilitation Sciences Occupational Therapy Department faculty of De La Health Sciences Institute in A.Y. 2015-2016. Data was analyzed by using mean and frequency distribution. The data gathered led to the following conclusions: Most of the respondents are 20 years old and has a family income of Php250,000.00 and above annually; the most pronounced gender was female and most of the respondents came from the 4th year level. For the Basic Sciences Cluster, the most preferred teaching strategy for the lecture and laboratory sessions are brainstorming and cooperative learning. In Medical Surgical Conditions Cluster, for the lecture sessions they prefer cooperative learning and brainstorming; for the laboratory sessions, the students prefer brainstorming and drill and practice. For Independent and Community Based Cluster, the respondents prefer brainstorming and drill and practice for the lecture sessions; for the laboratory sessions, the students prefer brainstorming and cooperative learning. Lastly, for the Occupational Therapy Application Cluster, they prefer brainstorming, lecture-discussion and cooperative learning for the lecture sessions; for the laboratory sessions, they prefer brainstorming and drill and practice. Overall, the students prefer brainstorming and lecture discussion in all the lecture subjects and brainstorming and cooperative learning in all the laboratory subjects.

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