This is a guide to teaching banking to high school students.
A lesson series developed for high school students interested in attending college.
One item that is great to have and an essential for some during mobility lessons is a hat.
Cane modification for students who have difficulty wrapping elastic around it when folded.
Attached is a guideline I created for teaching students how to use ride-sharing apps. such as Uber and Lyft. I have taught a few students about these services and thought it would be convenient to have a guideline to follow so that I do not forget to cover anything.
An O&M picture book can be used to increase a students independence with orientation when traveling a route by relying less on instructor prompts about which direction to go next.
designed these activities for my last lessons with students, but these ideas can be used anytime a student develops a new skill and is ready to learn something new.
This is a sit down lesson designed to review scanning patterns for street crossings in both directions.
This is an idea that I thought of and used with one student over seven consecutive lessons. My goal was to build his orientation skills and for him to practice using a monocular.
A lesson with an objective to teach a student the reasons WHY a monocular may be used.