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Paraeducator Role: Instructional Support for Learners with Significant Disabilities
Participants will gain skills in how to assist with student-specific instructional interventions and maximize learning opportunities for students experiencing significant cognitive, communication and motor needs. The session will illustrate how to use appropriate level of prompts and cues and to gradually fade the prompts to teach and reinforce academic and functional learning objectives.

This webinar designed for paraeducators should be appealing to teachers who guide and supervise paraeducators routinely as well as to district special education trainers in their design and delivery of professional development.

Session level: Beginner
Session duration: 1-hour

You will receive a post-webinar email 24-hours after the completion of the session with a link to the certificate of attendance.

Sep 9, 2021 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Padmaja Sarathy
MA, Author & Educational Consultant
Padmaja is a globally engaged educational consultant & author with expertise in the fields of early childhood & special ed. Driven by an intense commitment to maximize learning outcomes for children with special needs, she uses evidence-based methods to guide educators to pursue innovative instructional techniques. Inspiring educators through webinars, onsite coaching, & workshops at conferences globally. She has written books focusing on autism, significant & multiple disabilities, paraeducators, early childhood & special ed legal compliance. Early on, she was a diagnostician & served as Special Ed Supervisor at the Ford Bend ISD. Learn more at www.infinitepossibilities-sped.com. She is the founder/president of a nonprofit called Parent Engagement for Active Child Enrichment (PEACE). PEACE (www.peacenurtureskids.org) coaches & guides families, particularly those from marginalized populations, to enable & empower their children toward a positive & productive academic & life trajectory.