National Association of Blind Teachers

President: Carla Hayes
Registration: $10, $12

Sunday, July 10 - So Pac B

8:00am NABT Breakfast, Program and Business Meeting - $22, $25
Residential Schools: Past, Present and Future - Explore timely perspectives on residential schools for the blind. Dr. Otis Stephens, Alumni Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science and Resident Scholar of Constitutional Law, University of Tennessee, College of Law, Knoxville, TN

9:30am Break

9:45am NABT Business Meeting

Monday, July 11 - Carson

NABT Safety Day

1:15pm Social Media and Smart Phone Safety - $5, $7
Communicate safely while on Facebook, Twitter and more. Information on the latest accessible smart phone apps which can help you stay safe. Tracey Hawkins, Safety & Security Source, Kansas City, MO

2:45pm Safety and Security in Private and Public Places - $5, $7
How to create a plan to prevent workplace, school and public dangerous situations; tips for safety at home. Tracey Hawkins, Safety & Security Source, Kansas City, MO

Tuesday, July 12 - Carson

1:15pm Outlook for Blind Teachers: Perks, Payoffs and Alternatives
Financial and other advantages of being a school teacher; alternatives to school teaching such as tutoring and corporate teaching. Marcia Dresser, itinerant teacher, visually impaired middle and high school students, SEEM Collaborative, Reading, MA; Sue Mangis, Teacher of the Visually Impaired, Elementary Vision Resource Room, San Juan Unified School District, Carmichael, CA; Susan Claire Schulter, English Instructor, West Valley Community College, Saratoga, CA; Carla Hayes, foreign language teacher/translator, Central Christian Academy and Lengua-Learn Communications, McMurray, PA