ED - Paraeducator Outcomes

AAS: Paraeducator

  • Apply current education, motivation, human development, technology, and diversity research, theory, and practice to conduct and evaluate individual and small group instruction prescribed by the supervising teacher.
  • Perform non-instructional tasks necessary to provide clerical, media related, and supervisory support to the classroom teacher.
  • Used established behavior management programs and instructional routines to carry out the goals and objectives of the school.
  • Practice ethical and professional behaviors and attitudes necessary to the role of an educator, apply knowledge of legal, ethical, health, and safety considerations and procedures; demonstrate understanding of the roles of paraeducators as collaborative team members and communicate effectively with others in the educational setting.
  • Adapt learning activities and materials to accommodate the needs of diverse learners.
  • Demonstrate academic competencies required to work as a "highly qualified" paraeducator as defined by No Child Left Behind.
  • Demonstrate and apply knowledge of specific effective instructional practices and management techniques for students who are learning English or who have special needs.
  • Apply breadth of knowledge in educational theory and practice in addition to area of certificate emphasis.
  • Demonstrate breadth of knowledge across several disciplines in Humanities, Social Science, and Mathematics and Science.
  • Meet the following statewide certificate outcomes and apply that knowledge and skill in the educational setting:
  1. Demonstrate appropriate strategies and techniques to provide instructional support to students of diverse populations.
  2. Demonstrate attitudes and behaviors that are appropriate to meeting the needs of diverse populations.
  3. Apply best practices in classroom management to optimize the potential for student learning
  4. Practice ethical and legal standards of conduct.
  5. Apply technology to support teaching, learning, and communication. 2.2009

 

One-Year Certificates: Paraeducator - Library/ Media Assistant

  • Explain and promote the purpose and role of different library organizations, based on historical and philosophical foundations of library and information services.
  • Analyze and describe the ethical, social, and legal issues (including intellectual freedom, copyright, open access, diversity, and patron privacy) surrounding access to, creation, retrieval, and use of materials and technology.
  • Evaluate sources of information, develop and implement effective search strategies, and select and use appropriate information resources to meet user needs.
  • Apply standard methods and principles for selecting, acquiring, processing, organizing, maintaining, circulating, preserving, and deselecting library materials.
  • Demonstrate the ability to embrace and adopt current and emerging technologies and solve technological problems when appropriate.
  • Demonstrate collaborative behaviors, effective communication skills, and the appropriate use of customer service and decision making models, as guided by the ethical principles and core values of the library and information services profession, when working with diverse library groups, including users, colleagues, and other stakeholders. 6.2013

One-Year Certificates: Paraeducator

  • Apply current education, motivation, human development, technology, and diversity research, theory, and practice to conduct and evaluate individual and small group instruction prescribed by the supervising teacher.
  • Perform non-instructional tasks necessary to provide clerical, media related, and supervisory support to the classroom teacher.
  • Used established behavior management programs and instructional routines to carry out the goals and objectives of the school.
  • Practice ethical and professional behaviors and attitudes necessary to the role of an educator, apply knowledge of legal, ethical, health, and safety considerations and procedures; demonstrate understanding of the roles of paraeducators as collaborative team members and communicate effectively with others in the educational setting.
  • Adapt learning activities and materials to accommodate the needs of diverse learners.
  • Demonstrate and apply knowledge of specific effective instructional practices and management techniques for students who are learning English or who have special needs.
  • Meet the following statewide certificate outcomes and apply that knowledge and skill in the educational setting.
  1. Demonstrate appropriate strategies and techniques to provide instructional support to students of diverse populations.
  2. Demonstrate attitudes and behaviors that are appropriate to meeting the needs of diverse populations.
  3. Apply best practices in classroom management to optimize the potential for student learning
  4. Practice ethical and legal standards of conduct.
  5. Apply technology to support teaching, learning, and communication. 2.2009