Digital Teacher of the Visually Impaired
Are you a dedicated and passionate educator looking to make a meaningful impact on the lives of visually impaired K-12 students in Illinois? VocoVision is seeking a qualified Digital Teacher of the Visually Impaired to join our dynamic team. In this remote position, you will have the opportunity to provide specialized instruction and support to students with mild to moderate visual impairments, ensuring that they receive a quality education tailored to their unique needs.
As a Digital Teacher of the Visually Impaired at VocoVision, your responsibilities will include:
Providing Virtual Instruction: Delivering engaging and effective instruction to students through virtual platforms.
Assessment: Conducting assessments to evaluate students' visual impairments and educational needs.
Individualized Education Plans (IEPs): Collaborating with school teams to develop and implement IEPs that address students' unique learning requirements.
Adaptation and Modification: Adapting and modifying curriculum materials to ensure accessibility for visually impaired students.
Progress Monitoring: Tracking and reporting on students' progress and making necessary adjustments to support their learning goals.
Parent and Teacher Communication: Collaborating with parents, teachers, and other professionals to ensure a cohesive approach to student support.
Professional Development: Staying current with best practices and advancements in the field of education for the visually impaired.
To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Grace Siebenthal at [email protected].
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