Category Archives: ParaEducate

We Know The Way (To End A Year)

  It’s been an incredible year for ParaEducate and we love sharing our year with you. Our yearly blog started on August 18, 2016. We addressed students in a letter We looked at staff and asked them to stand hard … Continue reading

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The Balance of Behaviors

The end of the year is sort of a mixed time for many students. There are happy things that cause excitement and there are things that may cause anxiety or disruptive behaviors. Hopefully, you have stashed away a consistent behavior … Continue reading

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Rise

The countdown is on the board. And for some campuses, the days are under ten days left in the year, others are just under twenty. The unique things about the end of the year, students are getting the processes that … Continue reading

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The Beginning of the End

Tidbits of the End of the Year The end of the year is upon us. Ready or not, the calendar is coming to an end; the number of days of instruction is countable. Should you panic? Should you try and … Continue reading

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EdRev and Who Really Is Professional?

We went to EdRevSF this last weekend. Mostly to meet the awesome Amanda Morin of Understood.org. If you’ve never visited Understood, they are a great resource for folks who have children or students with learning disabilities, ADHD, dyslexia, or dysgraphia. … Continue reading

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Ways to Widen the Circle

We actually thought that a few weeks ago when we looked at the circle of influences that we needed to reach out, we might return to the topic and keep talking about ways that connecting to other education folks, even those … Continue reading

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Widening the Circle

Last week, we took advantage of our week off to have meetings with folks from all over the globe. Two things are still in progress, but one of the conversations we had had us go speak to a professor we … Continue reading

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SXSWEdu Recap

We’ve talked about this week for weeks now. And we’re thrilled it actually happened. There we were, The Inclusive Class’ Nicole Eredics, The National Catholic Board on Full Inclusion’s Beth Foraker, Renay for ParaEducate, Rob Rummel-Hudson, and Schyuler Rummel-Hudson all … Continue reading

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The Value of Time

Two weeks ago, Renay took a gamble on something in her personal life and wrote up a personal statement and submitted it to a committee for evaluation. She figured in the end, the worse the committee would say would be, … Continue reading

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Five.

Renay has been thinking about next week a lot. February 28th is a birthday of sorts for ParaEducate. It’s been five years since the book ParaEducate went live and was available for purchase. To date: it is still our number … Continue reading

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