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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PARAPROFESSIONAL. Frank Howe, Southeast Regional Coordinator Beth Eloe-Reep, Southeast Regional Coordinator Gina Hopper, Associate Director, SESTA.

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getting to know your paraprofessional
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PARAPROFESSIONAL

Frank Howe, Southeast Regional Coordinator

Beth Eloe-Reep, Southeast Regional Coordinator

Gina Hopper, Associate Director, SESTA

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How many paraprofessionals are currently employed in the United States in programs delivering services to students between the ages of 3 and 21?

standards for paraprofessionals supporting students with special needs
Refer to page 151 of the Special Education Manual for the standards required to support the programs to which they are assigned.Standards for Paraprofessionals Supporting Students with Special Needs
confidentiality
CONFIDENTIALITY
  • Why must confidentiality be maintained? Federal laws, state regulations, and local policies require it.
confidentiality1
CONFIDENTIALITY
  • Who may have access to written or oral information about children and their families? Those responsible for the student’s education or welfare
  • Each file should MUST have an access log in it.
confidentiality2
Who should not have access to information about the performance level, behavior, program goals and objectives or progress of a student? Those not directly responsible

Students and their families have the right to expect all personal and educational information will be kept confidential.

CONFIDENTIALITY
skills and abilities of a good supervisor
Communicate clearly defined roles.

Identify responsibilities which you can delegate.

Ensure effective teamwork.

Monitor paraprofessional performance on a daily basis.

Provide ongoing constructive feedback through coaching and modeling.

Skills and Abilitiesof a Good Supervisor
closing tip
Remember:

Never ask a paraprofessional to do something you would not do.

Closing Tip:
www idahotc com training and technology for today s tomorrow
www.idahotc.comTraining and Technology for Today’s Tomorrow
  • Website to link school professionals and parents with special education training opportunitiesand resourcesacross the state
  • Supported By:
    • Idaho State Department of Education (ISDE), Special Education
  • Project Team:
    • Cari Murphy
    • Shawn Wright
contact information
Contact Information:

Frank Howe, SE Regional Coordinator

howefran@isu.edu

208.282.3221

Beth Eloe-Reep, SE Regional Coordinator

eloebeth@isu.edu

208.282.2885