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Old 11-26-2017, 06:57 AM
 
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Your para has gone so far over the line in her role as a para in your room it seems that you may have to have a face to face sit down "come to Jesus" meeting with her.

In a perfect world, you would tell her that any questions concerning instruction need to be addressed before or after class and not during instructional teaching time. Instructional decisions are up to you and based on information only you may know. Her interruptions delay instruction and are an obstacle to learning.

Knowing how to say this gently but directly is an art. I might approach it from the need to streamline class time and reduce interruptions and suggest that any instructional questions be resolved before and after class.

I can sympathize with your situation. It's a tricky one. Hopefully others will better ideas for you!
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