This lesson was designed for an advanced junior high student learning visual scanning.
This is an activity designed for a preschool student learning upper body protective technique.
This is an activity I designed for my student who is learning to use a monocular. I first designed a treasure map and made signs for the student to read with a monocular to know where to walk to eventually find the treasure.
This is a game designed to emphasize clockwise/counterclockwise crossings. This game requires a lot of repetition which I am hopeful will help develop his understanding of crossing in either direction despite the fact that an intersection is not round.
Sometimes students need to take breaks during lessons and I developed this activity to be done either during a break or during an indoor/sit down lesson to practice v-tech.
A board game designed to practice lateral directions in a fun way.
Visual and tactile models can be great for teaching various skills and this is a diagram I specifically designed for teaching about crosswalk safety.
Game for Low Vision Students to Learn the Vocabulary of Intersections