Category Archives: substitutes

What To Do vs. How To Do It

We were going to leave last week’s post in the dust and move on, but then Renay had a week talking about sub[statute] binders. We talked about sub binders in our book in detail but we also talk about it … Continue reading

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You’re Going To Be Okay Anyway

For the past week, we’ve been working on a series of things to release and the graphics are nearly ready. These new items will hopefully be very useful to some folks very shortly. Early samples were really very useful. And … Continue reading

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Pause and Celebrate

The Storm The week here at ParaEducate started pretty normal. Monday came and went. Nothing seemed out of place. And then the absences started flying. People were sick. People were sharing germs. It got messy pretty quickly. Sick days are … 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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The (Sub)tle Reality of LIfe

First of all, I really want to say how excited I am that ParaEducate will be at Cal-TASH 2015. We are honored to be presenting in Irvine, California. If you have never been to a TASH, I would highly recommend … Continue reading

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