Imagining the possibilities explores approaches to creative methods on how to teach various orientation and mobility (O a M) techniques to people who are blind or visually impaired, including those with multiple disabilities. This is a hands-on teaching resource for preservice and practicing O a M specialists. It offers materials, samples, and creative teaching strategies that will effectively help students. Each chapter in Imagining the possibilities provides specific examples and strategies for assessment and instruction in O a M, including Idea Boxes with teaching tips, sample lesson plans, and appendices that give sample materials.Creative Approaches to Orientation and Mobility Instruction for Persons who are Visually Impaired Diane L. Fazzi, Barbara A. Petersmeyer. traffic light-controlled intersection will help him or her to visualize the traffic and scanning patterns more easily. Acting out the traffic ... This lesson focuses on counterclockwise crossings, with the parallel street to the left of the LEGO person. 2. Ask the student to placeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Imagining the Possibilities|
|Author||:||Diane L. Fazzi, Barbara A. Petersmeyer|
|Publisher||:||American Foundation for the Blind - 2001|