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The Journal of Occupational Therapy Education (JOTE) is an open access, double-blind peer reviewed journal devoted solely to publishing research and other relevant information related to occupational therapy and occupational science education.
Thank you all for your continued support of JOTE! We are proud to share with you the next issue. We continue to accept submissions for upcoming issues. See Instructions for Authors for a description of the types of manuscripts we accept.
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Current Issue: Volume 3, Issue 4 (2019)
Metacognition of First Year Occupational Therapy Students: A Comparison of Entry-Level Degrees
Leah S. Dunn, Pamela Lewis-Kipkulei, and Roy Bower
The Effect of Instructor-Produced Videos as Supplemental Material for Training Visual Screening Procedures in Occupational Therapy Education
Holly Grieves, Noralyn Davel Pickens, Tracy Young, and Theresa M. Smith
Using Case-Based Learning to Facilitate Clinical Reasoning Across Practice Courses in an Occupational Therapy Curriculum
Lynne F. Murphy and Jennifer C. Radloff
Proposing a Metacurriculum for Occupational Therapy Education in 2025 and Beyond
Quinn P. Tyminski, Amy Nguyen, and Steven D. Taff
Entry-level Occupational Therapy Students’ Beliefs about Knowledge and Knowing: Findings from Three Masters Level Programs in the US
Diane M. Long, Anita W. MItchell, Carla Chase, and Bernadette Mineo
Accommodation Use by Individuals with Disabilities in Occupational Therapy Fieldwork
Rebecca Ozelie, Megan Delehoy, Sierra Jones, Erin Sykstus, and Victoria Weil
Health Literacy in Student-Created Occupational Therapy Home Programs
Karen Flaherty, Sarah Foidel, and Nancy E. Krusen
Developing an International Cultural Learning Project: An Effort Towards Introducing Internationalization in the Classroom
Mary Zadnik, Pavlina Psychouli, and Kayla Collins
Application of Theory to Guide Development of a Rehabilitation Service-Learning Project in Guatemala
Mary Zadnik, Suzanne Trotter, and Cindy Mathena
Instructing Students How to Use Evidence-based Technology Interventions with Older Adults
Michele L. Tilstra, Michelle L. Webb, and Sandra E. Groger
A Skills-Focused Approach to Improving Therapist Goniometry Accuracy Using a Simulation Laboratory
Miranda Yelvington and Beverly J. Spray