Paths to Literacy

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Braille Literacy Live! Ask the Expert Series with Cay Holbrook

 

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Join experts in the field of educating students with visual impairments to ask your specific questions about braille using the Zoom video conferencing platform.

Maryland School for the Blind's Outreach Department presents the fourth session of this series, which will be held on January 14th, 2019 from 3 to 4 p.m. Eastern time with Cay Holbrook. Cay Holbrook began her career as a teacher of students with visual impairments (TVI) during her undergraduate pre-service teacher training program at Florida State University. She continued to teach students in Georgia, South Carolina and Florida while she completed her masters and doctoral degrees also at Florida State University. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the perceived role of the teacher of students with visual impairments and she has remained interested in questions regarding service delivery and educational supports and curriculum for this population.

Cay has held faculty positions at Johns Hopkins University, The University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and The University of British Columbia where she is now. Cay has published journal articles, textbook chapters and textbooks on the topic of education for students with visual impairments, learning media assessment and braille.

Cay Holbrook will be available to answer your questions about service delivery, educational supports, assessment and curriculum for students with visual impairments.

Please e-mail your questions in advance to jacquelineo@mdschblind.org.

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Thank you for all you do to support braille literacy!

Event Date: 

Jan 14, 2019