Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

Home > Users

Lizbeth Barclay

Lizbeth Barclay

About Yourself: 

I am a retired teacher of students with visual impairments, formerly coordinator of the Assessment Program at California School for the Blind and currently, working as a rehabilitation specialist at the U.C. Berkeley School of Optometry.  Editor of the book, Learning to Listen/Listening to Learn, published by AFB Press and chapter author for several other books and journal articles, I maintain a strong interest in the development of literacy skills for young students with visual impairment, especially listening comprehension.

Title or Position (e.g. Teacher, Parent, etc.): 

Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments

Age and Level of Students: 

Pre-school - Secondary

Zip Code or Country Name: