Feedback and comments on
Self-Study Guide: Crossing at Modern Signals
Seventy O&M specialists and graduate university students have taken the Self-Study Guide: Crossing at Modern Traffic Signals as of October 30, 2019.
Their ratings and comments, submitted anonymously when they took the quiz, were as follows:
Loved the study guide even though I did these techniques already , it was a great review.
Wonderful information especially for an O&Mer that graduated years ago!
I also heard about this Self-Study Guide through my fieldwork supervisor.
Thank you for putting this together! Though some of this information is review, it was a great review. There was new information, too, and the videos were very helpful!
This was excellent and very easy to understand! It provided information on very complex concepts in a very easy to follow manner.
I thought the information was presented very clearly and I loved all the supporting materials, They were relevant and easy to access.
Thank you for providing so much information. I wish I had gone through this self-study sooner. I have learned a lot just by this online course/study guide about crossing streets! Thank you for the information. If you have other study guides like this please let me know! firstname.lastname@example.org
I learned a lot in this Self-Study Guide on crossing at Modern Signals. The very detailed information is considerably more comprehensive than what I learned in graduate school. Completing this Guide will increase my confidence that I have considerably more information to accurately teach my students. I truly appreciate all of the effort which went into preparing and providing the study opportunity.
Good study guide!
I thought the material for the street signals was easier to grasp then the unit for VI pedestrian crossing.
I found the information to be useful and relevant. There were things I learned I was not aware of now I feel I can educate and make sure my students are prepared when they encounter these situations.
I was familiar with most of this information but having it broken down gave me a few things to think about. Because I haven't encountered each of the situations personally, I had not fully thought through some of them. This gave me a more complete understanding of the ever changing modern intersection.
great stuff and easy to integrate the information with my current teaching methods
This material was very beneficial for increasing my knowledge of how to teach safe street crossing skills.
The material in both of these study guides are extremely important in my field of O & M. Although I had read the study guides before, I went in-depth with the study guides and learned so much more.
The information, pictures and videos really showed me so much more than I ever thought. Great job for the authors. And thank you for helping save the lives of so many people who live with a disability.
The material was well organized and understandable. I appreciate having something so relevant to do for ACVREP CEU's.
I didn't realize that street crossing could be so complicated. There are occasions when I do run across the street because I'm not certain how traffic is flowing but know I can make it across based on what I see. This course has helped me understand modern signals and the importance of making certain my future clients know more about traffic signals than pushing a button.
Excellent layout and very user friendly. Some "exceptions" added in make it a bit confusing as I am trying to "nail down" the basics. But overall, this is an excellent learning tool, and I can return to it for future reference when teaching.
I am so glad I found this material and that is was free! I have given link to my coworkers.
I thought this was great but the information is a bit scattered at times and hard to follow.
There are so many important details covered in this Study Guide and all the excellent attached video sessions.
Much more about street crossings that I needed to know and will be able to apply in my O&M instruction to clients.