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Teaching Tips Tuesday
On-the-go instructional support
for teachers of students
with visual impairments
On-the-go support to expand your assistive technology toolbox
The Foundation for Blind Children Internship is a premier opportunity for students completing their education as Teachers of the Visually Impaired, Orientation & Mobility Specialists, and Vision Rehabilitation Therapists. While at FBC, interns will have the opportunity to work with participants across all of our programs ranging from birth to adults.
For those children enrolled in school districts without a teacher of the visually impaired, The Foundation’s Itinerant Program will provide, under contract, an itinerant vision teacher, who will focus on providing the specialized instruction and materials needed by the child in order to be successful in school. Today, FBC serves over 30 school districts throughout Arizona.
Teachers of the Visually Impaired
The Bachelor of Arts in Special Education with a concentration in Visual Impairment will prepare you to work with blind and partially sighted students across educational settings. It leads to dual-certification in Visual Impairment (Birth–Grade 12) and Mild-Moderate Special Education (K–12).
The Foundation for Blind Children creates these lessons to help improve the quality of learning for clients and to strengthen the effectiveness of teaching for educators. During Live webinars participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and help open the dialogue between colleagues.
The Foundation for Blind Children is pleased to offer a remote technical support option for your convenience.
We have compiled a list of common questions that occur from those just being introduced to Foundation for Blind Children for the first time or learning the full extent of all of our services and programs. It is our talented staff and focus on quality programs that allows for us to serve the visually impaired of all ages.