3 Braille Tutors Found Near Augusta, GA



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Jodi R.

Braille Tutor

Greensboro, NC 27410

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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Academic Coach-Organization, and study skills

I worked with students who were blind and visually impaired. I taught them how to track lines, pre-Braille skills, hand-under-hand techniques, physical/verbal prompting. My name is Jodi and I?ve been working as an Academic Coach at Guilford College for four years now. My background includes a Masters in Special Education and a Certification as a Teacher of The Visually Impaired. I?ve taught Special Education for 10 years before becoming a coach. I meet with students for hour-long sessions. During my session, we will go over syllabi, rubrics, organize, and prioritize assignments. If there [more]


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JoAnna F.

Braille Tutor

Greensboro, NC 27406

Will travel 5 miles

$30 per hour.

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Special Education student teacher

I am a college Senior graduating in May 2018, with a Bachelors of Science in Special Education Learning Disabilities. However I am a student who is legally blind and have learned Braille Grade 1 and some of Braille Grade 2. I use Braille on a weekly basis. I know how to write Braille on a slate and Stylus and a Perkins Braille Writer: My name is JoAnna I am a senior student teacher at the University of South Carolina Upstate, I am majoring in Special Education Learning Disabilities. I have two years of working with special needs children, one year is from the University program and the other [more]


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Ashley P.

Braille Tutor

Marietta, GA 30064

Will travel 15 miles

$25 per hour.

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Highly experienced in working with the blind/low vision.

I have used Braille since I was 5 years old. I have been teaching Braille since 2011, and I am currently a Braille Clerk at a high school. I am certified in Unified English Braille, and proficient in Nemeth. My name is Ashley! From 2011 until 2017, I worked at the Center for the Visually Impaired, teaching many different skills to blind/low vision students of all ages, including Braille, computer skills, assistive technology, homework help, and even mixed martial arts. I am still employed at a minimal part-time level at CVI, but I am now working full-time as a Braille Clerk at Walton High Scho [more]