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Evaluating Children's Literature
How can you tell if the books your children are reading are culturally sensitive and relevant?

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Plan ahead. If you do not fill the voids, the students will and it might not always be in a positive way.

Welcome provides a cost-effective way to provide around-the-clock online access to high quality training and regularly updated information and services for paraeducators and the teachers with whom they work. The site provides tools and information needed to help districts meet state and federal mandates.


Online training is available to all district staff. Clock hours are available for qualifying classes. Trainings include:

  • Paraeducator Competencies 1-6, 7-11, 13.
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • Anita Archer’s Literacy Strategies for Paraeducators.
  • Behavior Management.
  • Maximizing Assistance: Supervising Paraeducators in Your Classroom.


Comprehensive support materials for mentors and mentees.

Strategies for Success

  • Clearly defined strategies to increase student learning.
  • Specific methods for teaming with teachers and other staff to meet student needs.

Tracking system

Administrators can track progress of paraeducators to ensure they meet training requirements.

Paraeducator and Teacher Communication File Folder

The communication file folder is a great way to pass information between paraeducators and teachers. The laminated folder will allow you to easily remove attached papers to update or change your students information.

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The Paraeducator Handbook is for new and experienced paraeducators. It is a resource developed to support paraeducators in their critical role working with students and staff. In addition, teachers can use information from the Paraeducator Handbook in ther role working with paraeducators in their classrooms.

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