This is the Otago University rowing team. I am part of this club during the winter
months from late February to October. I have meet some amazing people and
been able to do some amazing things and travel the world. Over the years rowing
has become part of my occupational identity and I have developed a great since o
A member of the Avon rowing club. Joining three years ago I
am now a senior at the club. I am part of this club during the
summer months from October to February.
Through rowing I have the opportunity to travel to
both China and Seattle. These trips have given me a
little taste of what and where I would like to go in the
Physical Education Student at Otago University!!!
As a student this is a process of becoming and being. By
the end of my degree I hope to achieve a Bachelor of
physical education majoring in prescription.
An Occupational Therapy Student!!! This will hopefully lead towards
a recognised identity as a qualified Occupational Therapists!!!.
A Flatmate!! While studying I have lived in
three flats!! This is leading to a recognised identity of
being independent adult.
A multisport Athlete!! This not currently an identity I associate
myself with but my future goal and dream is to one day compete in this
race. There are many steps and challenges I must go through before
achieving this recognised identity and having a sense of being within it.
A Kayaker!! In my goal to achieve the coast to coast I
must first learn to Kayak. This a part of the process of
becoming a multi sport athlete.
Occupational identity that once
identified with will help in becoming a
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• Otago Polytechnic School of Occupational Therapy. (2012)
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