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The Paraprofessional's Guide to the Inclusive Classroom - Working as a Team
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The Paraprofessional's Guide to the Inclusive Classroom - Working as a Team

A must have update of a book used by thousands of educators across the country, this research based and user friendly workbook will help paraprofessionals and teachers work toward their common goal: creating classrooms that welcome and support all students.

Perfect for teacher - paraprofessional training, the fully revised third edition of this popular, activity - packed workbook will help schools meet the requirement for highly qualified personnel in every classroom. Carefully updated throughout, this interactive guide helps teachers and paraprofessionals work together to create the most effective inclusive classrooms. Collaborating on creative and enlightening activities, teachers and paraprofessionals will learn how to - work more effectively with students who have a variety of disabilities - clarify their role and responsibilities - provide individualised curricular and instructional support for each student - improve communication among members of the educational team - use positive behavioural support to successfully address behaviour challenges.

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