Teaching Orientation and Mobility to Blind Children

oneIntroduction to teaching orientation and mobility to children

twoTeaching mobility skills to blind children

threeTeaching blind students to navigate (teaching orientation skills)

fourUnderstanding vision; and teaching adaptations to vision impairment

fiveTeaching non-categorical orientation and mobility (for those not blind)

sixBuilding an orientation and mobility curriculum

sevenThe future and how it affects what we teach

eightThe human brain: navigation, vision, mobility

nineResearch: Who's doing what and where

tenInternational Orientation and Mobility

elevenAssessment Checklist

twelveA short inservice for teachers

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