Tips for paraprofessionals, paraeducators, assistant eductors, & teaching assistants.
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Having a place your paraprofessionals can easily go to reference things is a lifesaver! I have always had an “info binder” that I can direct paraprofessionals to when they enter my classroom for the first time. It is helpful to have some information about their role, expectations, the schedule and the students in the classroom before jumping into things. #paraprofessional #paraprofessionaltraining #paraprofessionalbinder
This paraprofessional binder is EDITABLE and includes everything you need to educate your paraprofessionals, substitutes, therapists, and support staff on the needs of your students, and rules and expectations of your classroom. Make sure everyone on your team is on the same page with this easy-to-use and editable resource! #paraprofessional #parasupport
Paraprofessional Training in the SPED Classroom can be tough, but it is so important! It can be a daunting task to train your staff. Here are some top paraprofessional training tips I've learned. Having a paraprofessional training manual like the binder I offer is a great way to keep everyone organized and take out the guess work. Showing your staff you appreciate them with paraprofessional appreciation gifts is also kind to do. Grab free paraprofessional training ideas and activities!
Are you a special education teacher sick of attending professional development that doesn’t actually apply to you? In this post, I am sharing three tips for monthly staff training in special education. I also share a free paraprofessional training guide so be sure to grab it. Use these tips and tricks for your self-contained classroom so that you get the most out of your school year.