Teaching Street Crossing to Students With Visual Impairments
Teaching Street Crossing to Students With Visual Impairments: How to Teach, Not What to Teach provides information about teaching various components of street-crossing skills at appropriate ages/developmental levels; sequencing skills and environments; and using appropriate pedagogical strategies to enhance effectiveness of street-crossing instruction.
The goal of this manual is to provide information about different strategies—skills-based, behavioral, and Piagetian—that are derived from different theories of learning.
Practical case examples and vignettes throughout the manual apply concepts to real-world scenarios for the reader.
Topics Addressed Include
- Chapter One: Skills and Pedagogy: What Is the Difference?
- Chapter Two: When to Begin Teaching Street Crossing
- Chapter Three: Developing a "Game Plan" for Teaching Street Crossing
- Chapter Four: Planning How to Teach, not What to Teach
- Tessa McCarthy