Category Archives: General Education Teachers

We All Fall Down…

If you missed the headline, after seventeen years of working in secondary, Renay was assigned to work elementary this year. Despite the fact that the majority of the students Renay has been working with are just smaller than students she … Continue reading

Posted in #BetterTogether, #kindness, #TeamInclusion, 8 hours, Behavior Strategies, Campus, Classroom, Disabilities, General Education Students, General Education Teachers, Morale, ParaEducate, paraeducators, Professionalism, Students | Comments Off on We All Fall Down…

Thresholds

Renay started this month talking about a teacher she used to work with. While there were things about this teacher she just did not like, there were many take aways from the way the class was conducted that made sense. … Continue reading

Posted in #TeamInclusion, 8 hours, Behavior Strategies, Campus, Classroom, Disabilities, General Education Teachers, Inclusion, paraeducators, Professionalism, Special Education Teachers, Students | Comments Off on Thresholds

Take That 2020-2021

So Renay had a bit of a dust up at work. The internet went out as well as power for multiple times during the academic part of the day. While it was eventually resolved, it turns out it was nearly … Continue reading

Posted in #BetterTogether, Adminstrators, Campus, Disabilities, Distance Learning, End of the Year, General Education Students, General Education Teachers, Hybrid, paraeducators, parents, Professionalism, Shutdown, Students, Technology, Trauma Sensitive | Comments Off on Take That 2020-2021

Be What Tomorrow Brings

It just seems like yesterday we were setting up for the first day of school via distance. The world has shifted once again and while the dust has not entirely settled, it is time to start wrapping up and reaching … Continue reading

Posted in 8 hours, blog, Campus, Disabilities, Distance Learning, End of the Year, General Education Students, General Education Teachers, Hybrid, ParaEducate, paraeducators, Professionalism, Reframing, Students | Comments Off on Be What Tomorrow Brings

Where Did You Go?

Admittedly things were a bit unusual yesterday at ParaEducate. Renay was back dealing with a hybrid schedule with students and well, Monday got eaten up. So we post on a Tuesday. To give you a little perspective of how quickly … Continue reading

Posted in #kindness, #TeamInclusion, 8 hours, Campus, Co-teaching, Distance Learning, General Education Teachers, Hybrid, paraeducators, Professionalism, Students | Comments Off on Where Did You Go?

Nine.

There aren’t a lot of things we can say. To be fair, when we started ParaEducate in 2012, we didn’t look too much further than the book we had written. We had no plans for updates. We had no plans … Continue reading

Posted in #BetterTogether, Adminstrators, blog, Campus, Conferences, Disabilities, General Education Students, General Education Teachers, Inclusion, Modifications, ParaEducate, paraeducators, Professionalism, publications, Special Education Teachers, student teachers, Students | Comments Off on Nine.

Islands and Connections

Renay has had a unique professional trajectory. She never really had to work hard to make the roads of connection to help many general education teachers and special education teachers work together. Certainly, there were professional connections that had to … Continue reading

Posted in #BetterTogether, #TeamInclusion, blog, Campus, Conferences, General Education Teachers, ParaEducate, paraeducators, Professionalism, The Inclusive Class | Comments Off on Islands and Connections

Worth Fighting For

This last week, Renay had gotten into some more curriculum. Not necessarily a new book on the horizon yet, though she has said she is preparing a new publication for Inclusion From Square One. It’s been way too long and … Continue reading

Posted in #TeamInclusion, Campus, General Education Teachers, Holidays, paraeducators, Professionalism, Special Education Teachers, Winter Holidays | Comments Off on Worth Fighting For

Cooking With Fire

Renay has been setting up virtual cooking with some of her students this week. Previously, whenever Renay was assigned to Foods or Health classes, Renay never really got into helping the student unless they were really in the kitchen. And … Continue reading

Posted in 8 hours, Campus, Cerebral Palsy, Class Specific Strategy, Disabilities, Distance Learning, Foods, General Education Students, General Education Teachers, Inclusion, Intellectual Disabilities, Modeling, OT, paraeducators, parents, Processing Delay, Professionalism, Reframing, Skills Lesson, Students, Support Services | Comments Off on Cooking With Fire

Seasons of Thanks

It might be hard to remember that feeling of gratitude that happened in May and June as all the kids perhaps drove by to get their diplomas, the way communities bonded and developed a new tradition to help build in … Continue reading

Posted in Campus, Disabilities, Distance Learning, General Education Teachers, paraeducators, parents, Professionalism, Reframing, Special Education Teachers, Students | Comments Off on Seasons of Thanks