Division on Visual Impairments


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7 VIDBE-Q Volume 63 Issue 3 President's Message Amy Parker, Ed.D. & COMS Assistant Professor Portland State University atp5@pdx.edu Dear DVIDB Community, For many educators "Back-to-School" conjures images of a specific building or classroom where students gather, bringing freshly purchased supplies and sporting new jeans for the Fall. In our community teachers of the visually impaired, teachers of the deafblind, and Orientation and Mobility Specialists often think of multiple students who may be located in several different locations, many who require different kinds of school supplies, and who represent a range of ages. Instead of a classroom, itinerant teachers may be reorganizing the trunks of their cars or going through their inventory of instructional materials at a regional educational center that serves students with visual impairments and deafblindness. Teachers and O&Ms in our field are no less excited about the start of the year, but they may be more attuned to the cost of gas at the pump

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