Category Archives: Crisis

Where To Put Your Worries

It goes without saying, special education is unlike a lot of jobs. There’s a lot of moving pieces and not all the moving pieces move at the same rates in the same direction. And the student you just saw happy … Continue reading

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I Open At The Close

Other than prescribing to a few themes for certain times of year, our blog posts for ParaEducate are most definitely organic and spontaneous when compared to other blog postings and blog organizations as we have been heavily influenced by life … Continue reading

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Snippets of thoughts from ParaEducate

We have to say, it’s been a hard few weeks at ParaEducate. But we think you’d like these snippets of blog set ups we have this week. It’s Teacher Appreciation Week. And we are proud of many of the teachers … Continue reading

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The Peace After the Chaos

It is a truth in education: things go wrong. After all, you have at least thirty different cogs making a machine of a classroom run. And each of those cogs are likely to follow their own interpretation of the instructions. … Continue reading

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Getting On The Job

Firstly, we had a great week last week with four blog posts within 24 hours. We love participating in Flashblogs and sharing our experiences we have learned from our students with disabilities. We’ve talked a lot about transitions before, and … Continue reading

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Coping Skills For When There Aren’t As Many

Renay had a bit of a hard week this week, losing a classmate from college to complications related to cancer. But Renay is also fortunate that she has friends who know how to help her talk about the great things … Continue reading

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From The Not So Lazy Summer Days

Since signing off from regular weekly blog posts, ParaEducate has been frantically working to get a huge to do list done for the upcoming school year in addition to personal traveling. Of the most importance, we’re so very proud to … Continue reading

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