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Sheila Moyle

Sheila Moyle





Sheila Moyle, MOT, OTR/L is the Academic Coordinator of Fieldwork Education at Temple University. Her background is in geriatric rehabilitation, and health and wellness. She also has experience in community parent-child wellness program development.  Sheila has presented her work on parent-child wellness at the AOTA national conference and POTA District V banquet.  Prior to becoming an OT, she worked in the business industry in human resources and production management. She also has experience with health and wellness assessment and exercise prescription for groups and individuals. She received her Master’s in Occupational therapy at the University of the Sciences, a B.A. in Health and Exercise Sciences from Rowan University and a B.S. in Business Administration from Rider University. She is a member of the Philadelphia Region Fieldwork Consortium and a member of AOTA and POTA

Course Involvement

OT 1001: Exploring Occupational Therapy, Co-Instructor

OT 5001: Applied Development Across the Life, Co-Instructor

OT 5005: Neuroanatomy, Lab Instructor

OT 5121: Specialty Rehabilitation Skills I (Splinting), Lab Instructor

OT 5161: Service Management and Marketing

OT 5987: Fieldwork Practicum I

OT 5988: Fieldwork Practicum II


Spencer, L., Wharton, C., Moyle, S., & Adams, T. (2007). The transtheoretical model as applied to dietary behavior and outcomes. Nutrition Research Reviews, 20, 46-73.

Moyle, S., Ideishi, R., & Ideishi, S. (2011, April). Preschool jump rope occupation: An ecological and motor learning approach. American  Occupational Therapy Association National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Clinical Interests

Fieldwork education and professional development among occupational therapy students and fieldwork educators.

Community based parent and child wellness programs.