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AOTA Professional Development Tool (PDT)

Emma Sabransky

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN WORKSHEET (5)

Learning Plan

Structure your learning plan to indicate how you will achieve your identified learning goals. The completed plan should be included in your portfolio. Type information directly into the spaces provided.

     

SUCCESS

 

LEARNING GOAL

STRATEGIES

 

RESOURCES

INDICATORS

TARGET DATE

Related Standard

What are the best ways to achieve this goal?

What do I need to help me achieve this?

How will I know I achieved it?

When do I plan to achieve it?

Fieldwork goal:

Fieldwork goal:

Fieldwork goal:

Fieldwork goal:

Fieldwork goal:

Complete an evaluation independently.

Observe evaluations in a variety of settings; take notes on key components of evaluations; participate in evaluations as able

Materials from Therapeutic Use of Self; notes from

Evaluation completed to CI’s standards/with CI’s approval

Complete one month into first Level II rotation

observations; mentor and/or

CI

to answer questions; peers

to

practice with; online

 

resources including videos of

evaluations, steps for a successful evaluation, etc.

Professional goal:

Professional goal:

Professional goal:

Professional goal:

Professional goal:

Complete additional training/education in areas pertinent to working with military personnel (i.e. amputations, burns, repetitive stress injuries)

Obtain materials on areas of interest; develop relationship with mentor who is experienced in those areas; seek out continuing education courses and additional trainings

Therapists who work in those fields/specialties of interest; journal articles and textbooks; online resources

Being deemed competent in those areas of interest by employer/more experienced therapists; receiving certifications (if possible)

Complete three years into clinical practice

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