The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of teacher efficacy of teacher for students with visual impairment on the self-perception of teacher s qualities in China. The subjects of this study were 206 teachers with more than three years of experience teaching blind students at the schools for the sensory disorder and the visually impaired in Zangxi, Chongging, Sandong, Zhejiang, Anhui, Xuzhou, Nanjing, Yangzhou and Shenzhen, China. The conclusions based on the measurement of teacher qualifications and teacher efficacy are as followed; First, efficacy of the teachers for students with visual impairment in China had positive evaluation result for self-control efficacy area and task difficulty preference area but negative in confidence. Second, the efficacy of teachers for students with visual impairment in China had positive correlation to the self-perception of teacher s qualities. Self-control efficacy affected basic knowledges for special education, communication, teacher s professionalism and ethics, student s development and characteristic, diagnosis and evaluation, teaching strategy, teaching plan, learning environment and interaction, and cooperation. Self-confidence influences basic knowledges for special education, diagnosis and evaluation, and teaching plan, but task difficulty does not affect teacher s qualities. The results of this study suggest that teachers education programs and teacher training programs for students with visual impairment in China should include methods to improve the qualities of teachers and the teachers efficacy.