Visually Impaired Teacher Jobs
Are you looking to start an exciting career while making a big impact on young people’s lives? Then a teacher of the visually impaired job may be exactly what you’re looking for in your career.
As a teacher of the visually impaired, you can provide students with more than an education; you can provide them with the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the future. Start your journey on this fulfilling career path by browsing our available teacher of the visually impaired job openings today!
Teacher of the Visually Impaired Job Duties
In a TVI job, visually impaired teachers, also known as VI or TVI professionals, are important specialists that can perform a variety of critical roles and responsibilities in a school environment.
In general, teacher of the visually impaired jobs requires VI professionals to give specialized instruction and services to their visually impaired students, meeting their unique needs and providing compassion and patience to support their success. A VI teacher should also be aware of local community programs and support services available to help visually impaired students, as well as know how to acquire information about state and national resources to better educate the visually impaired.
Teachers working in a TVI job should have an open line of communication with classroom teachers and other education personnel, giving their visually impaired students the best chance of a smooth and successful education. The visually impaired teacher should make sure that braille or large-type texts are available to the students who need them. They are also responsible for creating their own education curriculum that identifies the student’s areas of need and teaches them in a way they can understand.
Education Requirements for TVI Jobs
Before applying to a teacher of the visually impaired job opening, it’s important to know that a VI teacher must have the necessary teaching credentials, as well as a specialized supplemental certification that qualifies them to work with visually impaired students. They are required to gain state-level certification in order to successfully educate those in a K-12 grade level. A prospective VI teacher must also pass a comprehensive test, which ensures that the individual possesses the necessary skills and abilities to successfully teach this special group of students. Depending on the state and location of the TVI job and the hiring facility, VI teachers may be required to have multiple certifications.
Teacher of the Visually Impaired Job Market
The salary for a certified visually impaired teacher can change greatly depending on the teacher’s certifications and experience, as well as the state and hiring facility. Most VI teacher jobs offer benefits such as health insurance, dental coverage and other workplace benefits. The job outlook for this position is projected to have steady growth.
Ready to make a difference in the lives of students and take on your next TVI assignment? Search our available teacher of the visually impaired jobs below.
Remote Teacher of the Visually Impaired Job Openings
Want to make a difference from the comfort of your own home? We’re currently seeking teachers for remote TVI jobs and teletherapy positions across the nation. Click here to learn more about teacher of the visually impaired job openings today.
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