Paraprofessionals In The Classroom: A Survival Guide

Paperback | January 26, 2012

byBetty Y. Ashbaker, Jill Morgan

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This guide explores the roles and duties of K-12 paraprofessionals in both general education and special education settings.

 

Using a straight-forward presentation, Paraprofessionals in the Classroom: A Survival Guide, 2/e covers topics such as behavior, teaching, assessment, and collaboration and outlines how paraprofessionals can support both students and teachers. Grounded in real classroom situations, it also addresses issues such as learner diversity, confidentiality, professionalism, role definition, and self- evaluation. This edition includes more details on supervision, new tactics for behavior management, and tear-out forms designed to help paraprofessionals manage their daily tasks.

 

 

Features a straight-forward presentation that avoids research jargon and emphasizes practical applications.

 

Includes additional activities at the end of each chapter called Extending Your Learning.

 

Case Studies along with descriptions and follow-up questions expose readers to real-life classroom scenarios. 

 

Encourages readers to personalize chapter material by offering Reflective Activities in each chapter.  

araprofessionals manage their daily tasks.

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This guide explores the roles and duties of K-12 paraprofessionals in both general education and special education settings.   Using a straight-forward presentation, Paraprofessionals in the Classroom: A Survival Guide, 2/e covers topics such as behavior, teaching, assessment, and collaboration and outlines how paraprofessio...

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                                                            Paraprofessionals in the Classroom: A Survival Guide, 2/e Betty Y. Ashbaker and Jill Morgan     This guide explores the roles and duties of K-12 paraprofessionals in both general education and special education settings.   Using a straight-forward pr...

Dr. Betty Y. Ashbaker is an associate professor in counseling psychology and special education. Trained in elementary, special education, and administration, she has experience as a special education teacher, school district administrator, and professor. She has co-authored several books and articles about  her research on training an...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 10.6 × 8.4 × 0.6 inPublished:January 26, 2012Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0132659824

ISBN - 13:9780132659826

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Preface


Section I: Background and Context
Chapter 1: Paraprofessional? What's That?
Chapter 2: Instructional Supervision

Section II: Instruction and the Learning Environment
Chapter 3: Critical Components of Effective Instruction

Chapter 4: Monitoring Instructional Effectiveness

Chapter 5: Organization and Management of the Learning Environment

Chapter 6: Learner Characteristics

 

Section III: Student Behavior and Classroom Management

Chapter 7: Influencing Behavior

Chapter 8: Recognition, Praise, and Sanctions

Chapter 9: Time as a Behavior Management Tool

 

Section IV: Professionalism

Chapter 10: Laws and Regulations Affecting Paraprofessionals’ Roles

Chapter 11: Professional and Ethical Behavior

Chapter 12: Reflection and Self-Evaluation

 

Section V: Appendix

Editorial Reviews

Does an excellent job of explaining the role of the paraeducator in the curriculum process.   Jean Faieta, Professor, School of Education, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, PA   The emphasis on the fact that teaching does not occur if students are not learning is excellent.   Karen S. Smucker, Professor of Education, Exceptional Child Program, Northwest Nazarene University, Nampa, ID   Current and to the point.   Peggy Keaton Woodall, Professor, Advanced Instructional Studies, Henderson State University, Arkadelphia, AR