[nobe-l] nobe-l Digest, Vol 87, Issue 4

Jenna and Bilko lilstarlet09 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 19 14:58:50 UTC 2011

Nice to meet you! I'm Jenna, and I'm a Special Education Major at
Bowling Green State University in Ohio. This list is nice, but not
extremely active. If you want to know about more successful blind
teachers, I'd recomend also checking out
It's a national association of Blind Teachers, and it's another good
resourse. :) Hope to get to know you :)

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> Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2011 16:44:11 -0700
> From: "Elizabeth Phillips" <evp at email.arizona.edu>
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> Subject: [nobe-l] hi all
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> Hi Everyone,
> I am new to this list and thought I'd introduce myself.  I'm a philosophy
> graduate student at the University of Arizona.  As part of our program and
> also to secure funding, we are teaching assistants for various lower-level
> undergraduate courses.  I've been teaching mostly philosophy ethical theory
> and applied ethics discussion sections, but I also was the TA for one course
> where we discussed personal identity and philosophy of mind.
> I'm totally blind and was very excited to realize that there is a list like
> this out there.  I'd love to connect with other blind teachers and exchange
> tips on how to deal with some of the issues that come up specifically for
> people who are blind with regard to interacting with students, memorizing
> names, presenting class material without use of a board,  and other things
> of that sort.
> I'm glad to meet everyone here.
> Best,
> Liz
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Jenna and Guide "Sargent" Bilko

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