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Old 07-30-2009, 06:46 AM
 
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Hi everyone!

I am a Title 1 Aide. I have visited the Parapro board, but am hoping to get some ideas here. Would I be allowed to post questions to this board? I see that it is for Title 1 teachers, and don't want to post if I shouldn't.

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You can definitely post on here and are welcome to post!
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I was stationed in a K classroom since I was hired, but worked with students in K, 1 & 3. Now, this year, I am moving into a room with one of our reading specialists. I will be seeing students who need extra support, as I have done in the past, however, because of not being in one classroom, I will have more time to see more students. I hope that makes sense.....

My question for you all, as Title 1 (or even classroom teachers), is, how are aides most helpful to you and your students?

Do they work with students, collect data and give you the results? Do any of them do interventions (directed by you)? Do any of them create forms use for data collection?

I want to provide as much useful help as I can. I have a good working relationship with the teachers in my building, and really do enjoy helping them out. They usually tell me what they need, but am hoping for other ideas as to how I can help them more.

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If you are a Title I assistant it will be up to the Title I teacher to plan your lessons. She might give you a general idea of what to do and you might pick a specific activity (if you are comfortable with that) but really, one of the things our state people asked when we were audited was who makes the lesson plans?

My assistant worked in the room with me most of the time but occasionally, went into the classroom to assist with Title I students in math while a lesson was being presented. She also did filing and copies, but did not do any of the conferencing. Last year when we assisted with RTI groups she also had groups, but I had to plan for them. I also did any testing that needed to be done, although occasionally she did some informal checking of skills.
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Yes, the teacher's prepare the lesson plans, always. They make sure I get their plan for whenever I will be in their room. This works out well, because I know what is expected me, and I can ask any questions I may have ahead of time.

Everything we do (as title 1 aides), is under the direction of the reading specialist, math coach or classroom teachers, which is exactly as it should be.

I just want to help as much as possible....


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