Braille Teacher for the Blind CV Template

Teaching the blind to reach by Braille can be a real challenge for educators and the Braille Teacher is trained not only to have the technical skills on the subject but is endowed with a lot of patience and genuine concern for the education of the visually impaired children and adults. Categorized as Special Education teachers who take on the challenge to educate children with learning or physical disabilities, Braille Teachers provide the learning skills for the blind to get them through their visual impairment.

Braille Teacher for the Blind CV Template

Horace R. Saddlecraft

Victoria Rd., Birmingham, England

Phone:  0121 423 2311

saddlecraft_hr@ycmail.com

Objective

To work as a Braille Teacher for the Blind for a grade school or post secondary school that offers special education for blind students

Professional Experience

 

2002 – Present: Braille Teacher for the Blind,  St. Mary’s School for the Deaf and Blind, Solihull

  • Modify and develop typical elementary curriculum to accommodate special-needs students using the appropriate pedagogical methodologies and technologies for the educating blind students.
  • Maximize heightened aural sensory of blind children in the teaching process by using a variety of spoken literatures and phonetics in starting to teach Braille’s sensory learning methods.
  • Meet with parents and guardians to appraise progress of their children and reassess learning priorities.
  • Maintain and update accurate student’s extracurricular and scholastic performance.

 

Skills

  • High level of patience and perseverance to work long hours
  • Excellent verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills

 

Achievements

Cited by marketing management in doubling occasions for successes of distance learning enrollees

 

Education

2003 – 2005:  Braille GSCE, Queen Alexandra College, Birmingham

1999 – 2002: BS Psychology, Cambridge University, Massachusetts, USA

Reference

Can be provided upon request