Ms. Prater’s primary responsibilities include developing and facilitating technology training for students with visual impairments, as well as staff, parents and other stakeholders. DaJuana supports both academic and expanded core curriculum by evaluating prospective assistive technology solutions and assessing suitability and potential impact on student success. She has co-developed an accessible online technology course to assist students in fulfilling the state mandated online course graduation requirement. Ms.Prater is a Nationally Board Certified Teacher of the Visually Impaired who also holds state certifications in Specific Learning Disabilities (K-12), Visual Disabilities (K-12), Mathematics (5-9), Primary Education and endorsements in ESOL and Reading. Her diverse experience includes 23 years in education, teaching in settings from the inner city to a state school and subjects such as physics, technology, math and reading. Ms. Prater is passionate about technology and how it is used to enhance the lives of those with visual impairments.