Virtual Learning Resources

 

Voices from the Field:
 

We’ve experienced a school year (2020-2021) like no other. As the school year ends, it is the natural time to reflect on what we’ve learned and plan for what we hope to create. Join us in celebrating what people across school communities are looking forward to in the next school year. 

Click on link below to view a series of short video clips.

Voices From the Field

Click this link to add your voice to our video collection using the Flipgrid App. Share your excitement about the upcoming school year by adding your hopes and wishes and reflecting on what you’ve learned this past year and what new tools you plan to keep in your toolbox. 

Read the entire issue of May 2021 Link Lines article.

Virtual Learning Resources:

 

Virginia Department of Education Resources:

 

Virginia Board for People With Disabilities:
 

VBPD Coronavirus Safety for the Disability Community - We have compiled resources specifically tailored to the disability community:

The health and safety of people with disabilities, their caregivers and support staff, VBPD Board members and staff, and all Virginians are the highest priority for the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities. We are taking active steps to ensure the safest and smoothest operations in this challenging time:

Board staff are regularly sharing relevant content from the Governor, Attorney General, other public health agencies, and relevant government officials with updates on the coronavirus situation here and across the country. To see these updates, please follow us on Facebook.

  • We have adjusted our public schedule, canceled public meetings over the next 45 days, and are evaluating all activities moving forward, as well as proactively evaluating and implementing ways to protect our staff and Board members over the course of their work for the Board.   

  • We are collaborating with stakeholders and other advocacy organizations to identify needs and provide consistent messaging.

  • We are ensuring the needs and concerns of people with disabilities are heard and acknowledged during multiple coronavirus planning meetings with state agencies. 

TTAC W&M Resources: