[NOBE-L] Seeking Guidance in Supporting Future Educators

Izabela Stachura izabela.stachura at wgu.edu
Mon May 17 15:21:49 UTC 2021


As a accessibility specialist, I work with students who have various disabilities and help to coordinate reasonable accommodations as needed.

I am currently working with few legally blind students who are preparing for Demonstration Teaching in our Teachers College. I was hoping to connect with blind educators who are teaching or those who are coordinating support/services for additional insight and information. How can I best support those students? What are the potential challenges for future blind/low vision teachers?

I am also building a resource for the students, so if there are any additional resources you found helpful, I would greatly appreciate any information.

My email: Izabela.stachura at wgu.edu

Thank you for your consideration

Warm regards,

Izabela Stachura MA LPC
Specialist, Office of Student Accessibility Services

Western Governors University
4001 South 700 East, Suite 700
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
izabela.stachura at wgu.edu<mailto:izabela.stachura at wgu.edu>

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