Category Archives: Inclusion

Reflection of Cal-TASH 2016

This week we look at Cal-TASH 2016. Sacramento is in ParaEducate’s backyard. So there wasn’t any question of Renay skipping out on this year’s Cal-TASH. For those of you who don’t know: Sacramento is the state capital of California. This … Continue reading

Posted in #BetterTogether, Adminstrators, Autism, Campus, Classroom, Conferences, Disabilities, General Education Teachers, Inclusion, ParaEducate, social skills, Special Education Teachers, Students | Comments Off on Reflection of Cal-TASH 2016

When Technology is the Solution

So, you may have also seen some rather cryptic pictures being posted on ParaEducate social media a month ago. These are some of our photos here. These photos were taken with a personal iPhone and a rather amazingly reasonably priced … Continue reading

Posted in Campus, Classroom, Inclusion, Special Education Teachers, Technology | Comments Off on When Technology is the Solution

The Potpourri of ParaEducate

Perhaps the most unique aspect of paraeducating and running everything ParaEducate for Renay is the medley of work that sprinkles its way into daily life. At the top of the list is something we’ve talked about for a few weeks … Continue reading

Posted in #BetterTogether, 8 hours, Adminstrators, blog, Campus, Conferences, Disabilities, General Education Teachers, Inclusion, ParaEducate, paraeducators, Skills Lesson, Special Education Teachers, Students, training | 1 Comment

Summer Blog 2015: #BetterTogether

So two weeks after Renay said our blog for summer would be early, this is still quite early. We had anticipated talking about the upcoming release of “Finding It in the World: World Geography Level 2, 2nd Edition”, as of … Continue reading

Posted in #BetterTogether, Inclusion, ParaEducate, publications, Summer | Comments Off on Summer Blog 2015: #BetterTogether

Fear and Inclusion

In literature, ‘fear’ is a theme that is often is exploited by writers to describe the peril that lives in the mind and lives of characters. This is often the social commentary on our own lives. And how appropriate too … Continue reading

Posted in Adminstrators, Campus, Classroom, Disabilities, Inclusion, ParaEducate, Students | Comments Off on Fear and Inclusion