[nobe-l] Quietly I introduce myself

Anita Adkins aadkins7 at verizon.net
Wed Feb 10 13:30:23 UTC 2010

Hello Antonio,

My name is Anita.  I am a blind student currently working toward a 
Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education with a specialization in Language 
Arts at Frostburg State University.  I have spent a few years teaching 
skills of blindness, and I hope to do this again someday.  I have about 4 
semesters to go after this current one.  After graduating, I plan to work 
toward a Master's in Vision.  Any experiences you have and are willing to 
share dealing with teaching are greatly appreciated.

Bye for now.

Anita Adkins

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Antonio M. Guimaraes" <iamantonio at cox.net>
To: <nobe-l at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 10, 2010 12:07 AM
Subject: [nobe-l] Quietly I introduce myself

> Hi all,
> I hope we are all busy at teaching, or learning how to teach, since I have 
> gotten no mail from this list in the past couple of weeks since 
> subscribing.
> I am a member of the National Federation of the Blind of Rhode Island, and 
> subscribed here because I am at school to become a social studies teacher.
> Some of you may know me from the NABS list, or the NFB of Florida, or the 
> NFB of Massachusetts, and some of you will come to know me as a student at 
> Western Governors University.
> This online university is where I currently attend, and it is where I will 
> obtain a bachelors in social studies teaching 5/12.
> I am optimistic about getting a job after graduation, and I expect my 
> hopes of employment to become realized. In other words, I want to, and 
> expect to land a job.
> Right now all I can do is to work hard at school, and hope for a bright, 
> if hectic teaching career.
> I have no specific questions at the moment, but hope to see some list 
> traffic.
> Are there blind teachers here? what do you teach, and are you listed in 
> Where the Blind Work?
> Sincerely,
> Antonio Guimaraes
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> highway signs, they will eventually produce all the world's great literary 
> works in Braille.
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