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paraeducator

  •  Assisting the head teacher in the classroom
  • Supervising my group of students outside of the classroom
  •  Providing support to teachers and students (modifying work, etc.)
  •  Helping students with work (work completion/modifications)
  • Ensuring safety of all students and making sure my students get to and from all classes
  • Que students individually and in groups (when they are off task)
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paraeducator

  • Create a cohesive flow of classroom activities 
  • Impeccable time management.
  • Encouraging the learning of emotional intelligence 
  • Affirmative caring, respectful instruction.
  • Working knowledge attending to the develpment of Elementary aged children.
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paraeducator

  • Create lesson adaptations for students in a mainstream classroom. These plans encourage each individual student to learn at their pace and level yet allows them to interact with other students and experience a classroom atmosphere.
  • Assist with implementation of behavior management programs (IEP, BIP)
  • Assist students in daily tasks, such as homework, tutoring and one on one instruction according to IEP.
  • Observe students’ performance, behavior, and social development to report to ABS Teacher.
  • Help classroom teacher with class instruction and various tasks crucial to student development.
  • 2017-2018 Canyons School District ABS Paraeducator of the Year
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paraeducator

  • Provided any necessary assistance to special education teachers 
  • Supervised one or more children at a time 
  • Oversaw the completion of daily School work assignments 
  • Assist in the development of individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students’ educational, physical, or social development.
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paraeducator

  • assist middle school and high school classroom teachers with special education students with varieties of disabilities (autism, Down syndrome, blindness, Cerebral palsy, attention deficit , slow to learn, trouble reading, etc.)
  • modifying classroom assignments or instructions based on the student’s needs or disability
  • proctoring tests
  • communicating with teachers to ensure student’s success