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Doebert-Fischer April M
Clinical Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy
Charles Street Hall 106
TEACHES IN THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM(S)
Professor Doebert-Fischer believes in collaborative and group learning to engage students in the occupational therapy courses. This approach prepares students to work as part of a team consisting of health professions, patients and family members. In her free time, she likes to spend time with family and friends.
Mount Mary University, Occupational Therapy Post-Professional Doctorate (OTD), In Progress
Concordia University, MOT, December 2010
Concordia University, B.A. in Exercise Physiology, May 2007
Areas of Specialization
Geriatrics, Skilled Nursing, Home Health, Dementia
Service to Carroll University and Profession
WOTA, AOTA member
What is your teaching style?
I like to embrace collaborative and group learning, provide autonomy support and make learning meaningful to occupational therapy.
Why do you do what you do?
I teach because I cannot imagine doing anything else. I enjoy spending each day helping students unravel their uniqueness and knowledge in order to develop their personal skillset as future clinicians.
How do you make learning engaging?
I use a variety of techniques and media to engage all learning styles.
What should students know about you?
I am very approachable and will always listen to concerns.