Student Dyslexia Panel: A Student Perspective on Dyslexia
Student Dyslexia Panel
This video provides an overview of the Parent Resource Center. Hosted by Kathleen Donovan and Kelly Mountain, Special Education Coordinators in the Parent Resource Center.
Dyslexia Conference: Recognizing and Supporting a Student with more than Dyslexia
This video is from the APS virtual 2020 Dyslexia Conference, prepared and presented by the Special Education Parent Resource Center (PRC).
Learn about the experiences children with dyslexia face, resultant social-emotional-behavioral warning signs, and an introduction to strategies to help support your growing child.
– Presented by: Brian Razzino, Ph.D., Razzino & Associates LLC
Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)
This video was created by a panel of school psychologists from the Office of Student Services. It highlights the added importance of Social Emotional Learning during this time of Distance Learning and briefly discusses the services that are available in Arlington Public Schools. The video also shares suggestions for creating a successful learning environment for our students at home.
This video was created by a panel of staff members from the Office of Special Education and the Special Education Parent Resource Center (PRC). It provides a brief overview of special education services and supports that are available in Arlington Public Schools during this time of distance learning. The video also shares several suggestions for creating a successful learning environment for students with disabilities at home.
This video was created by the Office of English Learners. It provides a brief overview of English Learner services available in Arlington Public Schools. It addresses how English Learners (ELs) will be supported both academically and emotionally during this time of distance learning.
This video was created by the Office of Gifted Services in Arlington Public Schools. It provides a brief overview of how services are delivered through a collaborative cluster approach in kindergarten through 12th grade. A panel of resource teachers for the gifted (RTGs), representing elementary, middle and high school, share their perspectives on how services need not change in a distance learning model even though the primary mode for how teachers deliver gifted services has changed.