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  • 1. 2012-13 SWOMA Conference A SWOMAsborg of O&M Topics November 1-3, 2012 Texas School for the Blind & Visually Impaired Austin, TexasIntroduction to the 3rd Edition of TAPS: An Orientation andMobility Curriculum for Students with Visual ImpairmentsPresented byRona Pogrund, Associate Professor, College of EducationTexas Tech UniversityRona.pogrund@ttu.eduandDebra Sewell, Curriculum DirectorTexas School for the Blind & Visually Impaireddebrasewell@tsbvi.eduFriday, November 2, 20123:30-5:00 PM
  • 2. Introduction to the 3rd Edition of TAPS: An Orientation and Mobility Curriculum for Students with Visual Impairments Rona Pogrund, Associate Professor, College of Education Texas Tech University and Debra Sewell, Curriculum Director Texas School for the Blind & Visually ImpairedFour Parts of TAPSPart 1: The CurriculumPart 2: Comprehensive Initial and Ongoing EvaluationPart 3: AppendicesPart 4: Supplement: Street Crossings for Travelers Who Are Visually ImpairedWhat’s New in Part 1: The Curriculum • Terminology has been updated • Additional information has been added for teaching students with multiple impairments • Functional Mobility Tasks have been updated • Several new goals have been added • Additional objectives have been added to many of the goals • Additional teaching strategies have been included for many of the goals and objectivesFunctional Mobility Tasks: changes in the Public Transportation section2nd Edition A. Seat self in a vehicle. B. Ride comfortably in a variety of vehicles. C. Take arranged public transportation using a learned procedure. D. Execute a given bus route.
  • 3. E. Solicit information to plan a bus route. F. Execute a simple route to a familiar location.Functional Mobility Tasks: changes in the Public Transportation section – cont.2nd Edition G. Execute a route with one transfer to a familiar location. H. Execute a route with multiple transfers to a familiar location. I. Know emergency procedures if a planned stop is missed. J. Solicit information and execute a bus route to an unfamiliar location. K. Solicit information, purchase a ticket, and execute a route on intercity transportation.What’s New in Part 2: Evaluation BookletComprehensive Initial and Ongoing Evaluation • Still available in print booklet form • Available soon in electronic format to be used on multiple platforms (for example iPad, Kindle, laptops)New Part 3: AppendicesNew Appendices have been added: • Resources for Explaining the Benefits of O&M • Legal Issues in O&M • Research Studies in O&M Supporting Evidence-Based Practices • Problem Solving • O&M Strategies for Working with Students with Deafblindness and Other Communication Challenges • Mobility Terms in Spanish • O&M Evaluation Report Template and Sample ReportsAppendices - revisedSome appendices were significantly revised: • Early O&M Evaluations

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