by National Center for Education Statistics, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Dept. of Education in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English
|Genre||Job descriptions, Statistics.|
|Series||Issue brief, Issue brief (National Center for Education Statistics)|
|Contributions||National Center for Education Statistics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. ;|
Abstract. This Issue Brief (1) offers a descriptive portrait of the distribution of instructional paraprofessionals in all public elementary and secondary schools by instructional responsibility and selected school characteristics and (2) examines the educational attainment criteria used by school districts in hiring these by: 7. Description and employment criteria of instructional paraprofessionals. [Washington, D.C.]: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Dept. of Education, . Standard Errors for Issue Brief: Description and Employment Criteria of Instructional Paraprofessionals Keywords: Issue Brief, standard errors, Schools and Staffing Survey, SASS, instructional paraprofessionals, teacher aides, employment criteria . Most public elementary and secondary schools have "instructional paraprofessionals" who are support staff responsible for assisting in the delivery of instruction. Instructional paraprofessionals account .
significant number of paraprofessionals have non-instructional responsibilities, including assisting students with disabilities with physical needs, such as diapering, positioning, feeding, etc. While this resource does not specifically address these tasks or job . JOB DESCRIPTION PATERSON BOARD OF EDUCATION PARAPROFESSIONALS Preschool Instructional Aide Page 2 of 5 Must have the ability to collaboratively work with preschool teacher to provide services to 3 and 4 year old children. Provide evidence that health is adequate to fulfill the job . instructional, behavioral, and therapeutic activities. 2. Participate as a member of staff teams addressing the education process of students with disabilities. 3. Maintain a professional relationship with all . instructional methods in ways that will reinforce the value of the children. Role Clarification: The Paraprofessional and the Supervising Teacher Minnesota has established legislation, the State of Minnesota Omnibus Education Bill of Article 2, Section 9, which says (b) For paraprofessionals .
A paraprofessional is a school employee who assists and supports teacher–directed instruction (Gerlach, K., ) Paraprofessionals are school/agency employees who work under the . BUL Special Education Paraprofessional Attendance Policy. The Personnel Commission web pages contain information regarding employment and hiring process, career planning and training, salary schedules, job descriptions. For the purposes of Title I, Part A, a paraprofessional is defined as an employee who provides instructional support in a program supported with Title I, Part A funds, either in a school-wide program or directly under a target-assisted program. This includes paraprofessionals . The pamphlet describes the role of district-level personnel, principals, and teachers in establishing paraeducator programs; clarifies the role of the paraeducator and the supervising teacher; provides a sample paraeducator job description; offers suggestions on daily supervision of the paraeducator; outlines important lesson plan .