1. Imagine that you are an elementary-school math teacher. You need to develop a lesson plan for teaching measurement and will be using items such as rulers and three-dimensional geometric shapes. Describe the strategies you will use to adjust instruction to include a student who has a visual disability.
2. Imagine that you are a general education science teacher, and one of your students, Richard, has low vision. Next week, you will teach a chapter on the solar system. Using the Five-Step Process, describe how you will collaborate with others to teach this material in a way that meets Richard’s instructional needs.
Step 5: Evaluation
3. Describe the roles of the TVI and O&M specialist. How are their roles similar? How are they different?
4. Show what do if a student has a tonic-clonic seizure in your classroom? How is this type of seizure different from an absence type seizure?