[nobe-l] New member

Kathy Nimmer goldendolphin17 at hotmail.com
Mon May 5 10:39:20 UTC 2014

  I am just finishing Year 22 as a high school English teacher in a public 
school. There are relatively few blind people doing precisely the same thing 
in education, but there are some doing a huge variety of things, meaning you 
can find a handful of terrific people in a range of positions from preschool 
through college teaching. It would take some choosing on your part to 
investigate further in the area of your biggest interest. For instance, I 
could not begin to imagine the differences between what I do and what 
someone teaching second grade in a public school does, nor could they 
imagine it the other way around! Grin! We are all thankfully given gifts of 
talent and interest that are diverse enough to help us find the passion and 
creativity to make an impact in our particular age and subject area fields. 
Welcome to the list.

Kathy Nimmer
"Why should your heart not dance?" C.S. Lewis
-----Original Message----- 
From: Lillie Pennington
Sent: Sunday, May 04, 2014 10:03 PM
To: nobe-l at nfbnet.org
Subject: [nobe-l] New member

Hello everyone
I am a sophomore in high school who is currently exploring career options. 
Teaching, some part of the psychology profession, social work, or nursing 
seem like they would be good fits for me. I am wondering what types of 
teaching blind people can do? I want to work with sited students. Thank you

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