The Professional Development and Research Institute on Blindness at Louisiana Tech University invites you to participate in a study to evaluate the services and to understand the educational experiences of blind and/or visually impaired youth in grades K through 12.
Your feedback will improve future policies and practices that prepare teachers in the future. Participation in this study allows us to gain a much richer and robust understanding of factors that impact service options and academic performance of blind and/or visually impaired youth.
You must meet the following criteria to participate in this study.
- Currently be a certified Teacher of Visual Impairment TVI/TBS;
- Have a case load of one or more students with low vision or blindness as his or her primary diagnosed disability on his/her Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
Participation in this study is voluntary and you may quit the survey at any time. We appreciate your participation in this research.
Edward Bell, Ph.D., Principal Investigator
Casey Robertson, Research Associate
If you need assistance with the survey, please contact:
Professional Development and Research Institute on Blindness
Louisiana Tech University
PO Box 3158, Woodard Hall 210
Ruston, LA 71272
Casey West Robertson, M.Ed., NCLB
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