Monthly Archives: October 2019

Copy, Paste, Repeat

Renay is off in a corner making up a math project that she thinks may work for something she will share soon. But how busy she has been has made us appreciate something more this week. There are many things … Continue reading

Posted in #kindness, Campus, Disabilities, General Education Teachers, Inclusion, Inclusion From Square One, Modifications, ParaEducate, paraeducators, Professionalism, Removing the Stumbling Block, Students, Trauma | Comments Off on Copy, Paste, Repeat

Eye To Eye

Renay was in a full-on sprint this week getting through the week with several projects and when she came in today to discuss our weekly blog, there were two things on her mind: one on one paraeducators and the speed … Continue reading

Posted in #BetterTogether, 8 hours, Behavior Strategies, Campus, Classroom, Disabilities, General Education Students, IEP, Inclusion From Square One, OT, paraeducators, peers, Q-TIP, Reframing, Students, Support Services, training | Comments Off on Eye To Eye

On The Horizon

It’s been a week here at ParaEducate. We’re lucky in our section of California: we didn’t lose power. But that doesn’t mean the weather hasn’t played with the attention of all the things we’ve needed to accomplish. The weather has … Continue reading

Posted in ParaEducate, Professionalism, publications | Comments Off on On The Horizon

Teaching With Training Wheels

Renay was out doing data sheets this week, her life seems to have returned to the world of data. She was working on some data from a student teacher, trying to wrangle the instructions and provide the students she supported … Continue reading

Posted in 8 hours, Campus, paraeducators, Professionalism, student teachers | Comments Off on Teaching With Training Wheels