Teacher Assistants BIG BLUE BOOK of Ideas (Digital Book)
Companion Book to the BIG RED BOOK. Another hundred ideas you can try. Setting up the classroom, the role of the teacher assistant, behaviour in the classroom and playground, stages of anxiety, transition, sensory toys and activities. Includes frequently asked questions and MORE! Hundreds of Ideas for supporting students with ASD, ADHD, ADD, ODD Atypical Autism & PDD-NOS
Anywhere, Anytime Online Professional Development for Teachers, Teachers Assistances, Professionals and Families
Companion to the Teacher Assistants Big Red Book of Ideas. Hundreds of new strategies to try. Social skills: playgrounds, friendships, building self esteem, bullying. In the classroom: getting on task, adapting tasks and exams, building independence. Managing anxiety and behaviour.
A person who is in a teaching-related position within a school may be known as many different names depending on the country they are in and the school system which supports the learning process. In this book we refer to Teachers Assistants, however they may be known as a Para – Professional, Para Pro, Para Educator, Teaching Assistant, Instructional Assistant, Educational Assistant, Teacher’s Aide or Classroom Assistant, a Special Education Support Officer (SESO), Support Officer, Inclusion Teacher, Inclusion Coach, or Learning Support Teacher.
In every country the role may vary and involve different duties, however, you will find that the strategies in this book will be very valuable in helping you to work with students with differing abilities and disabilities.
Whatever the title, all we can say is that you are angels sent to teachers, parents and carers. Thank you for your commitment to working with our students and for remembering they are children first and foremost.
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Sue Larkey is unashamedly passionate about her mission – to inspire parents and educators and teach them how to Make it a Success.
Sue Larkey is uniquely positioned within the education system having taught both as a primary school teacher and a special education teacher. She is a highly qualified educator who has taught students with autism spectrum disorder in the mainstream and special schools. She combines practical experience with extensive research having completed a Masters in Special Education and currently undertaking a Doctorate in Education.
Author of 16 Books on ASD
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