Fieldwork Educators

Fieldwork education is a crucial element of occupational therapy education and integral to the curriculum at UCA.  The purpose of fieldwork education is to provide students the opportunity to assimilate knowledge from the classroom, practice occupational therapy skills, demonstrate professionalism, and develop into competent entry-level occupational therapists.  This web page is intended to provide information and resources to support fieldwork educators with varying experience.  Some of the information includes curriculum and course descriptions, how to establish a fieldwork site, developing site objectives, and other means of developing competencies.  Please feel free to contact us with any suggestions or questions regarding fieldwork education.

Elizabeths Signature

Elizabeth LeQuieu, MS, OTR/L
Academic Fieldwork Coordinator

 

Steps to Starting A Fieldwork Program

  1. Review AOTA’s Steps to Starting a Fieldwork Program
  2. Become familiar with our Curriculum Design
  3. Contact the fieldwork coordinator at UCA
  4. Complete a Fieldwork Data Form – AOTA
  5. Complete Site-Specific Objectives – AOTA or complete the Alternate Site-Specific Objective Form

 

Resources for Fieldwork Educators

Student Evaluation of the Fieldwork

 

For further information, please contact:Mrs. Elizabeth LeQuieu
Academic Fieldwork Coordinator
Email: elizabethl@uca.edu
Phone: (501) 450-3192

 

For further information, please contact:
Mrs. Ellizabeth LeQuieu
Academic Fieldwork Coordinator
Email: elizabethl@uca.edu
Phone: (501) 450-3192
Mrs. Lynn Baker
Fieldwork Assistant
Email: lbaker@uca.edu
Phone: (501) 852-0881