Paraprofessionals

Alert! Alert! Because NICHCY's website will only remain online until September 30, 2014, most of its rich content has moved to a new home, the Center for Parent Information and Resources (CPIR), where it can be kept up to date. The new address of Paraprofessionals at the CPIR is: http://www.parentcenterhub.org/repository/paras/ Updated February 2013My kids continued to grow and develop as learners in a happy and caring classroom community. … [Read more...]

Roles of paraeducators in inclusive classrooms

This 3-part series may interest many of you. Find it online at the Inclusive Schools Network on this page (scroll past the four FAQs): http://inclusiveschools.org/paraeducators/ … [Read more...]

Jerry: Paraprofessionals, Part One

This three-part series on Paraprofessionals is adapted with permission from the Council for Exceptional Children’s (CEC’s) Reality 101 series. Jerry is a special educator teaching in a self-contained classroom for K-5 students. Find his ongoing blog series at http://www.cecreality101.org/blogger-jerry/********************************************************************************************************Many paraprofessionals who assist with instructional … [Read more...]

Jerry: Paraprofessionals, Part Two

This three-part series on Paraprofessionals is adapted with permission from the Council on Exceptional Children’s (CEC’s) Reality 101 series. Jerry is a special educator teaching in a self-contained classroom for K-5 students. Find his ongoing blog series at http://www.cecreality101.org/blogger-jerry/ ********************************************************************************************************** The services provided by paraprofessionals … [Read more...]

Jerry: Paraprofessional, Part Three

This three-part series on Paraprofessionals is adapted with permission from the Council on Exceptional Children’s (CEC’s) Reality 101 series. Jerry is a special educator teaching in a self-contained classroom for K-5 students. Find his ongoing blog series at http://www.cecreality101.org/blogger-jerry/ ********************************************************************************************************************** I know a paraprofessional … [Read more...]

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