IL 2750 - TECHNIQUES OF ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY 1
This first part of this two part methods course, which is offered on-campus in summer two, is designed to introduce the student to the elementary level travel skills (e.g., Use of human guidance) and procedures (e.g., Sensory development) used when teaching O&M to individuals who are blind or visually impaired who may also possess additional disabilities. Students begin their knowledge of teaching travel skills indoors and gradually transition to the introductory level outdoor environment. Students wear simulation materials designed to fully or partially occlude vision while traveling.
Recent and Upcoming Instructors
Shannon D. Cuniak
- Summer 2020 (2207)
- Summer 2021 (2217)