Roslyn Dotterweich is the Secondary Learning Support Coordinator at the American International School of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. She has 20 years international education experience in locales such as Saudi, Kazakhstan, Korea, Peru, and the UAE. She also holds teaching licenses in elementary and special education, and a Master’s in special education with a specialization in Autism.
Roslyn found her way into special education when her three boys were all diagnosed with Autism, and is now a passionate advocate for the inclusion of all types of learners in international schools. She blogs about her experiences with her children and their Autism journey at autismdreamx3.com.
Over the past 10 years, she has helped build a comprehensive and inclusive secondary learning support program at AISJ, including a high school general (modified) diploma program, and is very interested in locating and expanding post-secondary vocational and educational opportunities for young adults with special needs.
Roslyn oversees the SENIA Middle East FB page and is interested in promoting and expanding SENIA chapters throughout Saudi and the Middle East.