Category: Physiothérapie / Thérapie créatrice

Artefact Evaluation: Strength Through Storytelling

Artefact Evaluation: Strength Through Storytelling Timing: 30 minutes Mode: In class; Online Strength Through Story-telling   (poetry, spoken word, cartooning) Question Man is really Answer Man, and Shimrat’s story is about finding answers and wellbeing within the self.  In a poem, spoken word or single-frame cartoon, and using the following questions as guides, have students depict …

Components: Self-Guided

Components: Self-Guided Timing: 10 Minutes Mode: In-class; Online Irit Shimrat’s short video illuminates both the extreme loss of self that is characteristic of emotional and mental crisis and the potential for personal resiliency in difficult circumstances. Educators and learners can use this component to explore patient-practitioner relationships and the potential for different approaches to healing. …

Evaluate: Responding / Working Through

Artefact Evaluation: Mo-Vay’s Way – Responding and Working Through Timing: 15 minutes Mode: In-class; Online MoVay’s Way allows students to engage with complex ideas in an open and innovative way. Students can being by watching the puppet show. Free writing, in response to the puppet show, is a good way to motivate your students to …

Artefact Evaluation: Visualizing Colonialism

Evaluate: Ya’Ya Heit – Visualizing Colonialism Timing: 30 Minutes Mode: In-class; Online Ask your students to research the concept of distal determinants of health, using all or a portion of Health Inequalities and Social Determinants of Aboriginal Peoples’ Health or another document. Assign your students to small groups and provide each group with appropriate online or in-class …

Artefacts: Self-guided Learning

Artefacts: Self-guided Learning Timing: 15 minutes, flexible Mode: In class; Online Ya’Ya Heit makes a very clear connection between Indigenous experiences of mental health and wellbeing and the historical and contemporary context of colonialism.  Begin by having your students read the Learning Lens and Artefacts in Situ sections as background and examine Heit’s art and …

Artefact Evaluation: Peer-Directed Learning

Artefact Evaluation: Peer-Directed Learning Timing: 45 minutes Mode: In-class; Online After your students have viewed the documentary, use the following questions as prompts for discussion.  Set up different areas in the classroom (or on the course learning management system) as laid out below with questions on a large sheet of paper and markers for students …

Artefact Evaluation: Capponi’s Journey

Artefact Evaluation: Capponi’s Journey Timing: 30 Minutes Mode: In-Class; Online Pat Capponi’s story depicts her boarding house journey as one from dislocation to empathy to activism. Students can explore a similar journey and develop empathic critical thinking skills and a set of ideas for a successful job interview at the same time.  Directing students to all …

Artefact Evaluation: Asking for Funding

Artefact Evaluation: Asking for Funding Time: 30 minutes Mode: In class; Online In September 2015, the Gallery Gachet Collective learned that their primary source of operational funding, the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority (the regional health) cutting all financial assistance to the organization.  After students have viewed the Gachet video, share news of this decision with …

Artefact Evaluation: Role Play

Artefact Evaluation: Unity Housing – Role Play Timing: 30 Minutes Delivery: In-class These teaching resources were co-created by university instructors and “community experts”, people who have used mental health services. Community experts contributed ideas but also made their own artefacts. The Unity Housing: A Better Way video is one of these artefacts. Community expert Alex …

Artefact Evaluation: Themes and Analysis

Artefact Evaluation: Unity Housing – Themes and Analysis Timing: 30 Minutes Mode: In-class; Online Write these themes on small pieces of paper: Supportive housing models with democratic processes Members as workers/staff Limitations of low levels of staff Peer support Voluntary participation Isolation and social exclusion Poverty Barriers to education and employment Then distribute these pieces …