Utilizing Shulman’s Table of Learning to Understand Learning in Professional Health Science Programs

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Teresa Mortier Jayne Yatczak

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Understanding student learning in health science professional programs is both timely and relevant and is the focus of this article. The Table of Learning by Lee Shulman (2002) provided a tool for an interdisciplinary reflection surrounding student learning in clinical laboratory science and occupational therapy. Utilizing the taxonomy pieces, we were able to construct a visual representation of how students learn in these two programs. It is our hope that other health care programs may view this model as a template in their interdisciplinary Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) conversations.

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Mortier, T., & Yatczak, J. (2016). Utilizing Shulman’s Table of Learning to Understand Learning in Professional Health Science Programs. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 16(6), 85-105. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.14434/josotl.v16i6.20074
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Teresa Mortier, Eastern Michigan University

School of Health Sciences, Instructor, Clinical Laboratory Science Program

Jayne Yatczak, Eastern Michigan University

School of Health Sciences, Assistant Professor, Occupational Therapy Program