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ParaEducate is a resource guide for professionals who support students with disabilities in elementary and secondary classrooms. Written for paraeducators, by paraeducators, this book is the ultimate guide to working in special education. You'll find practical strategies for teaching academics, behavior, communication, and social skills. At long last, find out what the terms IEP, BSP, APE, OT, PT and SLP mean. Find skills to add to your tool kit in the classroom, with behaviors, and with students of all abilities. Through stories, research backed data and a whole lot of personal experience, this book will remind even the most successful veteran of special education: there is always a little more to learn.
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Megan Gross Megan Gross is a special education teacher and inclusion specialist. She has facilitated inclusive education for elementary and junior high students. Megan has promoted effective teacher and paraeducator collaboration and advocated development of modified curricula at seminars, university classes and conferences. She obtained her B.S. at the University of California at Davis and earned her special education credential at California State University, Sacramento. Before becoming a teacher, Megan supported adults with developmental disabilities and worked as a paraeducator. Renay H. Marquez Renay H. Marquez is a graduate of the University of Southern California, School of Architecture. She has worked as a paraeducator since 2003 with the Davis Joint Unified School District. Renay spends her workdays modifying curriculum, collecting data, and investigating technology for students. This is her first collaborative book on the subject of special education. Jennifer Kurth, Ph.D. Jennifer Kurth is an Assistant Professor in Low-Incidence (Severe/Profound) Disabilities at Northern Arizona University. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Low-Incidence Disabilities and specializes in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Jennifer is also the faculty advisor for a student chapter of TASH at NAU. She obtained her B.S. at the University of California at Davis, M.Ed in Special Education from University of Washington and a Ph.D. from University of California at Davis. Prior to coming to the university, Jennifer was a special education teacher, inclusion facilitator, and paraeducator. Lisa Yamasaki, M. Ed. Lisa Yamasaki is a special education teacher and inclusion specialist. She has facilitated inclusive education in elementary, junior high, and high school settings. She believes in professional relationships/team building to promote effective and strong teacher/staff/paraeducator working interactions. She has a B.A. from the University of California at Davis, Special Education/Multiple subject/Technology credentials from California State University, Sacramento and a Masters in Educations Technology from California State University, Sacramento. Before teaching Lisa was a paraeducator in elementary and high schools.
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