Teaching Orientation and Mobility in the Schools
Offers orientation and mobility (O&M) instructors and professionals working with students with visual impairments insights and advice from a seasoned practitioner with 25 years of personal experience.
This item is made to order and is non-refundable.
This ultimate resource offers creative instructional methods and practical strategies, as well as useful forms and checklists. The wide range of topics covered are designed to help practitioners master the art of planning schedules, organize equipment and work routines, work with school personnel and educational team members, and provide meaningful O&M instruction to children with diverse needs.
To view the Table of Contents, please see the “Includes” section.
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- Table of Contents: Overview
- O&M Through the School Year
- Referral and Assessment
- The Individualized Education Program
- Approaches to Teaching O&M
- The Domains: Home, School, and Community
- Teaching Techniques
- Students with Multiple Disabilities
- Professional and Strategic Issues
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