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ParaEd: Who's Doing the Work? Strategies to Promote Student Independence

Paraprofessionals provide an essential role in supporting student learning and development. To ensure students acquire the necessary skills to be successful in school, the community, and post-secondary settings, educators must continuously support and promote independence across these settings. This asynchronous training will provide an overview of academic and behavioral strategies to foster student independence, with a focus on the prompt hierarchy and effective feedback.

ASYNCHRONOUS: This course will be open and available for completion from the first of the month through the last day of the month. Content will be presented through a public Canvas course, so participants do NOT need to create a Canvas account. Participants will receive an email from the presenter with the Canvas link at least 24 hours in advance. This communication will be sent to the email address associated with your MLP/Frontline account. In order to receive credit for participation, all course activities must be submitted within the month's timeframe and you will need to complete a Google Exit Ticket.

Event Details

Presenter: Lara Crowthers
Location: Online Coursework

Event Dates

Wednesday 01 March 8:00 AM

Event Options

Act 48 Hours: 3
In County Cost: Free
Out of County Cost: Free
Non Act 48 Hours: 3
In County Cost: Free
Out of County Cost: Free