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Old 12-09-2017, 07:06 PM
 
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I have a student with autism on my caseload who is in kindergarten. He has a 1:1 para.

I teach this student math and reading in my resource room for 1 1/2 hours a day.

The student gets multiple sensory breaks.

This student goes to phy ed, music, lunch , library and recess with his para.

He is in the K classroom during free play and 15 min of reading rti and group calander and snack time and other short group activities.

The para does not plan any academics. His job is to keep the student safe, provide him with sensory breaks and make sure he gets to speech and ot and follow his schedule and the kindergarten routine.

The K teacher makes sure the student is accessing all activities...such as art and sharing with me any academics she is doing so I can use what will work with my student.

This para is amazing!


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