Students with Visual Impairments
in the General Education Classroom
Having a student with a visual impairment in your class for the first time can be just a little bit scary. You may not feel comfortable about how your student will get access to the lessons that you teach. You may worry about how he or she will move around your class and participate fully in the classroom routine. You may even be a little nervous about the student's safety. In this training, we will address these topics and many more to help you understand the joys of having a student with a visual impairment in your class.
For more information contact
Stephanie Walker, M.Ed.
Visual Impairment and Orientation & Mobility
Instructional Services Division