COVID-19 DAILY UPDATES AND RESOURCES

Virginia Commonwealth University has provided guidelines for University staff, students and employees, in response to the COVID-19 virus. The restrictions include a moratorium on all university-sponsored travel, domestic or foreign, until further notice.  In response, T/TAC program specialists will not be visiting school sites and we have canceled or postponed our spring events.  If you were registered for any of these events you should be getting an email about these changes as well as opportunities to interact virtually and have access to online resources.  

Virtual Learning Resources

With all the uncertainty and school closures, the educational communities from across the country have come together to provide resources for teachers, students, and families.  In an attempt to help organize some of the resources being shared the Virginia Department of Education's Training and Technical Assistance Center at Virginia Commonwealth University (VDOE T/TAC at VCU) has compiled a document that can be found at http://bit.ly/2vrHVEV.

Continue to check our website for updates and resources and don't hesitate to contact ttacinfo@vcu.edu if you have any questions.  We look forward to continuing our work together and hope to see you soon.

 

Due to the coronavirus our office has gone to a reduced office schedule with most employees working from home. 

During this time, please call or email either Co-Director if you need assistance.

Phyllis Haynes at plhaynes@vcu.edu or call (804)-827-9993

Sandy Wilberger at slwilber@vcu.edu or call (804) 837-1373


 

Support for teachers of students with disabilities 

VDOE's T/TAC at VCU links people and resources to improve educational opportunities and contribute to the success of children and youth with disabilities.

Learn more about VDOE's T/TAC at VCU

 

Find information by topic

Assistive technology

Support for the development and ongoing growth of assistive technology teams 

Autism spectrum disorder

Tools for educators, administrators and parents working to improve services for students with ASD

Behavior

Support for school personnel and service providers to meet the behavioral needs of children and youth with disabilities

Early childhood

Evidence-based practices used in the field of early intervention, early childhood education and early childhood special education

Inclusive practice

Ways in which students with disabilities may access the general education curriculum in their school

Intellectual disabilities

Strategies for promoting meaningful instruction and post-school outcomes for people with intellectual disabilities

T/TAC

The Virginia Department of Education’s Training and Technical Assistance Center at Virginia Commonwealth University offers a variety of services tailored to assist personnel in schools, interagency coordinating councils and state-operated programs in superintendent’s regions 1 and 8. The VDOE T/TAC is a part of the statewide network of T/TACs across Virginia and a participating member of the online community T/TAC Online. VDOE's T/TAC at VCU is also a part of the Partnership for People with Disabilities, a member of the national University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities and the VCU School of Education.

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