This workbook helps paraprofessionals and educators work together in understanding their respective roles and responsibilities to create effective inclusive classroom environments. This new edition features updates based on education legislation and requirements and many new reproducible forms and exercises.This book examines the roles and responsibilities of paraprofessionals in inclusive classrooms by providing introductory information that is needed for the paraprofessional, the general educator, and the special educator to better understand one another's roles and responsibilities. While the book is written to the paraprofessional, it is intended as a collaborative workbook for educators and paraprofessionals (i.e., teachers should not simply hand the book to their paraprofessionals to read, but rather work through the lessons and activities together). It includes forms, personal stories, activities, and planning guides.The third edition features new interviews and stories, plus a glossary of terms. It has a stronger emphasis on middle and secondary school examples, material on paraprofessional advocacy, and new curricular and instructional support objectives.
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(279mm x 216mm x 12mm)
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Author Biography - Mary Beth Doyle
Mary Beth Doyle is Associate Professor of Education, Saint Michael's College.