OCCU 5043.03: Program Evaluation for Occupational Therapists.
This class covers the key issues involved in undertaking program planning and evaluation. This is a knowledge and skill development course that covers such topics as: the purpose and rationale for evaluation; models of evaluation with an emphasis on collaborative (client-centred) approaches; types (Evaluability assessment, process & outcome, summative & formative); stages and ethical issues.
This course has 2 sections, one in each of the masters programs using different teaching formats. Please check with the school before enrolling to ensure that you are in the appropriate section.
TECHNOLOGY & SOFTWARE: Consult http://www.dal.ca/ilo for current technology requirements.
FORMAT: On site and distance, on line
PREREQUISITES: Admission to the MSc (OT) or MSc (OT–Post-Professional) program, or SSGS (Special Student Graduate Studies) status by permission of the instructor. Students enrolled in the MSc(OT) program must have successfully completed all program courses in the previous semester.
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