Hiring ASAP for a Visually Impaired Teacher near Frederick, MD

Frederick, MD
BlazerWorks Schools - Visually Impaired Teacher Contract 03/06 Apply


This school district is interviewing for a TVI. This opportunity is a full-time a contracted position. Please see details below:

Location: Frederick, MD


  • Start/End Date: ASAP – EOSY
  • Full Time (35 hours/week)
  • Grades: PreK-21 years old
  • Caseload Size: Around 15 students
  • Duties: 
    • Provide direct services as outlined in the IEP.
    • Provide instruction in skills needed to compensate for vision loss; braille, technology, self-advocacy, self-awareness, ECC, etc.
    • Maintain records such as service logs, which capture service hours, data, and progress.
    • Use data to identify instructional needs and adjust instruction accordingly.
    • Provide consult services to all student teams; assist school-based staff and families with understanding access needs and facilitating the use of accommodations required in all educational settings.
    • Assist with the development of educational plans for visually impaired students.
    • Maintain materials needed for student access; Vision-issued technology (high and low tech), provide access to digital texts, order or assist with the preparation of large print texts, etc.
  • ***ON-SITE ONLY***

What is required:

  • Master’s degree in Education for Visually Impaired Students
  • School Certifications
  • State Teaching License for Visual Education

For immediate consideration, please email me Alexus Newsome a copy of your resume. Once received, I will be in contact with you to learn more about you and go over the hiring process. You can also give me a call at 678-245-6204.

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