face of the challenge of educating in diversity,
we observe a scenario where schools are still
far from becoming inclusive educational institutions.
Making the situation still more serious, it is
known that there’s a shortage of educators
with professional competence to educate Visually
Impaired People – VIP, in a way that they
can have a profession and work on it. This paper
approaches some alternatives for the continued
training of educators that work on the professionalization
of VIP, using information and communication technologies
as tools for the construction of a new teaching
practice. Distance Education can offer this opportunity
of contextualized training, facilitating a dialogue
between the trainer and the educator/trainee in
a way that the inclusion of VIP can be understood
Keywords: Continued Training of Educators. Inclusion.
Information and Communication Technologies.