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Paraprofessional Training in the Special Education Classroom can be tough! Learn how to make paraprofessional training simple with these tips.

You Don't Have to Do It All: 5 Tasks You Can Delegate to Paraprofessionals

If there is one I have learned in my years of working with paraprofessionals, it is that paras are teachers too. My paraprofessional is my right hand and my left hand. She is the glue that keeps us together. I realize that sometimes it is our first instinct to give them passive work because their

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Support for paraprofessionals AND you! Training tips and resources to help keep everyone on the same page in your classroom.

Paraprofessionals In The Classroom - Working Together In Harmony

As a special education teacher, I have to collaborate with several adults throughout my day such as related service providers, general education teachers, parents, administration, special area team members, etc. Through being a self-contained teacher, a push-in provider, and a co-teacher, collaborating with other adults is one thing that does not change. With each new position, I have had the privilege of working with great teams of paraprofessionals. Working with paraprofessionals in your…

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Having a hard time utilizing your paraprofessionals in your special education classroom? After being in special education for 8 years, I have 5 tips to effectively utilize your paraprofessionals.