Category Archives: Behavorist

Elephants

In special education, sometimes there is and there is not an elephant in the room. Elephants tend to take the form of questions such as, “When will the behaviorist [or other support service] actually get us something we can read … Continue reading

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That Is A Fine Hole You’ve Dug Yourself….

Behavior is an ongoing elephant to struggle with. Just when you think you might have a student’s specific behavior managed, something else goes awry and you have to start all over again. We know the things we can do to … 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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