Autism Classroom PARAPROFESSIONAL Understanding Your Role GUIDE
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Autism Classroom PARAPROFESSIONAL Understanding Your Role GUIDE:
This 22 page and GROWING guide adds a touch of humor and insight into what the paraprofessional in an autism classroom can expect. Pages will be added as requested, or by need, but the price will remain the same. This guide is not editable, as it is much easier for the paraprofessional to write his or her thoughts as they happen real-time. Any paraprofessional working with students with autism will smile as they read this. There are questions asked and answered, and plenty of easy-to-read information about students with autism, the way they learn best, when to ask the teacher for help, how much is too much prompting, and much, much more!
Pages included are:
* Welcome To Our Classroom (from the teacher)
* Class Roster
* What To Expect From The Teacher
* What To Expect From The Students
* What To Expect - The Importance of Routines and Schedules
* What To Expect - How To Motivate Students
* What To Expect - Resolving Conflicts
* What To Expect - What Do You Expect From ME?
* What To Expect - On The First Day of School
* Things I Need List
* Notes To Help Me (blank pages to be filled in by para)
I am forever grateful of the support I have received and thank you from the bottom of my heart! I hope that all paraprofessionals working with students with autism find this guide helpful and enjoy reading it.
As always, a portion of all proceeds will be donated to autism awareness and research.
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