TLL 2752 - TECHNIQUES OF ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY 2
This second part of a two part methods course, which builds upon the knowledge gained in IL 2750, is offered on-campus in summer two. It introduces the student to developing instructional strategies for teaching more complex o & m travel skills (e.g., Use of public transportation systems) and procedures (e.g., Use of tactile maps) to individuals who are blind or visually impaired who may also possess additional disabilities who travel in a variety of indoor and outdoor environments. The course also covers teaching strategies for serving the o & m needs of children as well as adults through simulated teaching activities.
Katherine E. Landon
- Fall 2020 (2211) - Syllabus
- Summer 2021 (2217)