Maine visually impaired dating
Deborah began her career at UMaine in 2009 after completing her Ph. After completing her BSEd at the University of Georgia in early childhood education, she worked as a first grade teacher and a third grade teacher in Carroll County, Md.
Deborah continued to work in early childhood education while completing her MSEd in visual impairments at The Johns Hopkins University. studies at the University of Arizona and upon completion, returned to Maine where she accepted a position as assistant research professor in special education. Deborah’s early scholarship focused on students with visual impairment and inquiry-based science.
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