Sherri Tracey

Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities
Rhode Island College
600 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Providence, RI 02908
 
Phone: 401-456-8914
Email: stracey@ric.edu
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Last Updated: June 08, 2010

 

Project/Program/Clinic Contacts: Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments, RI Vision Education and Services Program
 
Discipline(s): Education/Special Education
visual impairments
 
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership

Vita/Bio

 Sherri A. Tracey
340 Stone Ridge Drive East Greenwich, Rhode Island 02818 stracey@ric.edu

EDUCATION

Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA
MA Certification; Visual Impairments 1996
CA Certification: Visual Impairments
University Of Massachusetts Amherst, MA
Bachelor of Science; Communication Disorders May, 1993


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities Providence, RI
Itinerant Teacher of the Visually Impaired 2005-present
Responsibilities include lesson planning, curriculum modification, teaching Braille and assistive technology to students, educational assessments and functional vision evaluations, report writing, adapting materials, working on an inclusion team, consulting with educators, therapists and parents, participating on a multidisciplinary team of professionals to create an Individualized Education Program, managing the VI office. Students vary in age, cognition and visual impairment.


North Coastal Consortium for Special Education San Marcos, CA
Itinerant Teacher of the Visually Impaired 2001-present
Responsibilities include lesson planning, curriculum modification, teaching Braille, Nemeth and assistive technology to students, educational assessments and functional vision evaluations, report writing, adapting materials, working on an inclusion team, consulting with educators, therapists and parents, participating on a multidisciplinary team of professionals to create an Individualized Education Program, managing the VI office.

Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SELPA) Santa Monica, CA
Itinerant Teacher of the Visually Impaired 1999-2001
Responsibilities include lesson planning, curriculum modification, teaching Braille and assistive technology to students, educational assessments and functional vision evaluations, report writing, adapting materials, working on an inclusion team, consulting with educators, therapists and parents, participating on a multidisciplinary team of professionals to create an Individualized Education Program, managing the VI office. Students vary in age, cognition and visual impairment.

Greater Lawrence Education Collaborative Lawrence, MA
Itinerant Teacher of the Visually Impaired 1995-1999
Responsibilities include lesson planning, curriculum modification, educational assessments and functional vision evaluations, report writing, adapting materials, working on an inclusion team, consulting with educators, therapists and parents, participating on a multidisciplinary team of professionals to create an Individualized Education Program. Students vary in age, cognition and visual impairment.

Massachusetts Elementary School Principals Association Framingham, MA
SWAT (State Wide Assistive Technology) Project Team Member 1998 - 1999
Participated in state funded project to enhance educational experience for all students through the use of assistive technology to provide training and support through professional development as well as evaluating and assessing students in the academic environment to determine a student's need for assistive technology.

Camp Steppingstone Boxford, MA
Teacher of the Visually Impaired 1996 - 1999
Responsibilities include lesson planning, curriculum modification, adapting materials, consulting with educators, therapists and parents, participating on multidisciplinary team of professions to create an Individualized Education Program.

Andover Public Schools, Greater Lawrence Educational Collaborative Andover, MA
Student Teacher of the Visually Impaired Feb - June 1995
Responsibilities include lesson planning, curriculum modification, assessments and evaluations, report writing, adapting materials, working on an inclusion team, consulting with teachers, therapists and parents, participating on a multidisciplinary team of professionals to create an Individualized Education Program.