Recruiting computer science and/or programming teachers

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The questions about which programming languages are accessible and how to teach computer science/programming to students with visual impairments are asked frequently. Are there best practices or at least guidelines for teaching computer science to students with visual impairments? Please share your experiences with Earl Huff. Below is from Earl:

I am Earl Huff, a Ph.D. student at Clemson University. I am researching the teaching strategies and perspectives of teachers currently or have taught computer science or programming courses to blind or visually impaired students. I am looking for teachers who currently teach or have taught courses in computer science and programming to students with visual impairments to take part in an interview to learn more about your experiences. You will be compensated for your participation. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact me at


Earl W. Huff, Jr., M.S. | Clemson University

Ph.D. Student

Division of Human-Centered Computing

School of Computing

Phone: 856.425.3654 | Website:

Graduate Research Assistant

Design and Research of In-Vehicle Experiences (DRIVE) Lab