Braille Teachers put in a lot of patience and skill in imparting the knowledge on how to read using touch instead of sight.  They deal with blind students that can range in age from nursery to adult.  Categorized as special education teachers, Braille teachers take on the challenge of giving blind people the means to access the wealth of reading matter over the centuries.

Braille Teacher Resume Template

Eliza G. Sturges

Indian School Rd., Scottsdale, Arizona

Phone:  (480) 791-8002


To work as a Braille Teacher for a grade school that offers special education for blind students

Summary of Qualification

  • 9 years of experience in the grade school profession with emphasis on special autistic or disabled children.
  • Above average patience and perseverance to deal with difficult children
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Career Experience/Job History

2005 – Present: Braille Teacher,  freelance, Scottsdale

  • Modify typical nursery, elementary or secondary coursework to accommodate students with visual impairment using the appropriate pedagogical methodologies.
  • Adopt standard Braille teaching methods for individualized education
  • Maintain record of every student and update with their progress.
  • Provide parents with feedback on their kid’s progress in learning Braille.

2001 – 2005:  Grade School Teacher, Institute for the Special Child, AR

  • Meet and discuss with parents about their kid’s special learning needs
  • Appraise child’s learning abilities and develop learning programs customized to these abilities.
  • Provide parents with regular assessment of their child’s learning progress


2001 – 2003:  Braille GSCE, Remington College, Little Rock, Arkansas.

1998 – 2001: BS Psychology, University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus

Professional reference will be furnished upon request