This blog post will be a series of recommended tips and tricks on how to incorporate free and paid for apps into instruction. The focus of part 3 is to introduce apps regarding money concepts, budgeting and banking into your daily life or O&M instruction.
Many grocery stores are now offering online order and delivery. This lesson is meant to compliment the traditional grocery store sequence to teach our students what options they have.
Attached is a guideline for teaching students how to use a mobile payment service such as Venmo.
I am visually impaired and had O&M instruction very infrequently as a child. As a result of this, I had gaps in my skills when I went away to graduate school. I discussed the problem with my instructor who devised this creative lesson.
This is a guide to teaching banking to high school students.
This activity takes place over two lessons within two grocery stores of your students choosing. Scanning, blur interpretation, monocular use, soliciting assistance, and room orientation patterns are just a few skills that can be incorporated into this lesson.
A lesson series developed for high school students interested in attending college.
This lesson is designed to introduce concepts to learn how to tell time and identify clockwise/counterclockwise circles.