Teaching Special Education - Vision Impairments

Those wishing to teach the visually impaired need a foundation in teaching methods as well as the techniques used for adapting visual learning curriculum. Continue reading to find out more about academic and career options available in teaching special education for the visually impaired.

Inside Special Education: Vision Impairments

The experience of working with students and adults with vision impairments requires knowledge of vision resources and technology. Often, graduates of special education programs with a concentration in vision impairments have learned to use specific classroom resources and employ creative solutions to problems.

Special education teaching degree programs may be offered with emphasis options for different handicaps and impairments, including vision impairment. A vision impairment emphasis focuses not only on blind students, but also on students with low vision due to cataracts, glaucoma or other disorders.

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