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A Core Curriculum and Training Program To Prepare Paraeducators to Work in Transitional Services and Supported Employment Progams By Anna Lou Pickett et al.
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While the roles of paraeducators employed in transition and vocational education programs are similar to their counterparts who work in more traditional classroom settings, there are major... More > differences. Because much of their time is spent off campus in community learning or vocational training activities, they have more autonomy with regard to adapting instructional strategies and methods to meet the needs of individual students. They also participate as active members of IEP/ITP team meetings. They are frequently called upon to communicate information and provide assistance to parents, and they serve as liaisons between the school, employers, and personnel in other provider agencies.< Less
A Core Curriculum and Training Program To Prepare Paraeducators to Work in Inclusive Classrooms Serving School-Age Students with Disabilities By Anna Lou Pickett, Karen Faison, John Formanek
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As school districts move to serve all children and youth in inclusive classrooms and programs, the roles of teachers are continuing to evolve. To effectively provide services to learners with... More > diverse learning styles, ability levels, and other special needs, differentiated staffing arrangements are emerging. Teachers in general, special, and compensatory education must consult with each other as well as parents and school professionals representing other disciplines. They must also meet regularly with paraeducators< Less
A Training Program: To Prepare Teachers to Supervise and Work Effectively With Paraeducator Personnel By Anna Lou Pickett
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While there is increased recognition among personnel developers and trainers of the need to prepare general and special education teachers and professionals from other disciplines to consult with... More > each other, make decisions jointly, and share tasks and information, few efforts have centered on enhancing the unique relationships that exist between teachers and paraeducators. The curriculum content in this training program is designed to help teachers gain a better understanding of their new roles and prepare them to supervise and work more effectively with paraeducators in various education settings.< Less
A Core Curriculum and Training Program To Prepare Paraeducators to Work in Inclusive Classrooms Serving School-Age Students with Disabilities By Anna Lou Pickett, Karen Faison, John Formanek
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As school districts move to serve all children and youth in inclusive classrooms and programs, the roles of teachers are continuing to evolve. To effectively provide services to learners with... More > diverse learning styles, ability levels, and other special needs, differentiated staffing arrangements are emerging. Teachers in general, special, and compensatory education must consult with each other as well as parents and school professionals representing other disciplines. They must also meet regularly with paraeducators< Less
A Training Program: To Prepare Teachers to Supervise and Work Effectively With Paraeducator Personnel By Anna Lou Pickett
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While there is increased recognition among personnel developers and trainers of the need to prepare general and special education teachers and professionals from other disciplines to consult with... More > each other, make decisions jointly, and share tasks and information, few efforts have centered on enhancing the unique relationships that exist between teachers and paraeducators. The curriculum content in this training program is designed to help teachers gain a better understanding of their new roles and prepare them to supervise and work more effectively with paraeducators in various education settings.< Less
A Core Curriculum and Training Program To Prepare Paraeducators to Work in Center- and Home-Based Programs for Young Children With Disabilities From Birth to Age 5 By Anna Lou Pickett et al.
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While paraeducators have become major contributors in the delivery of education services to children and youth who require individualized attention, opportunities for systematic, standardized... More > training have not kept pace. The goal of these instructional materials is to provide personnel developers and trainers with resources they can use to improve the performance of the paraeducator workforce. This instructional program is one of a series developed by the National Resource Center for Paraprofessionals in Education and Related Services to prepare paraeducators to work in the following areas: • Center-based and home visitor programs for young children from birth to age 5. • Inclusive classrooms serving school-age students. • Transitional services and supported employment for teenagers and young adults. • Programs serving English language learners.< Less
A Core Curriculum and Training Program To Prepare Paraeducators to Work in Center- and Home-Based Programs for Young Children With Disabilities From Birth to Age 5 By Anna Lou Pickett et al.
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While paraeducators have become major contributors in the delivery of education services to children and youth who require individualized attention, opportunities for systematic, standardized... More > training have not kept pace. The goal of these instructional materials is to provide personnel developers and trainers with resources they can use to improve the performance of the paraeducator workforce. This instructional program is one of a series developed by the National Resource Center for Paraprofessionals in Education and Related Services to prepare paraeducators to work in the following areas: • Center-based and home visitor programs for young children from birth to age 5. • Inclusive classrooms serving school-age students. • Transitional services and supported employment for teenagers and young adults. • Programs serving English language learners.< Less
A Core Curriculum and Training Program To Prepare Paraeducators to Work in Transitional Services and Supported Employment Progams By Anna Lou Pickett et al.
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While the roles of paraeducators employed in transition and vocational education programs are similar to their counterparts who work in more traditional classroom settings, there are major... More > differences. Because much of their time is spent off campus in community learning or vocational training activities, they have more autonomy with regard to adapting instructional strategies and methods to meet the needs of individual students. They also participate as active members of IEP/ITP team meetings. They are frequently called upon to communicate information and provide assistance to parents, and they serve as liaisons between the school, employers, and personnel in other provider agencies.< Less