Productive and beneficial
Paraeducator/Substitute Teacher (Former Employee) – Prince George's County, MD, – February 4, 2019
A typical work day began at 7:30 am. It usually began with bus/hall duty and cafeteria duty. This would be taking and bringing students in the General Ed. population. With the Regional School, brought meals back to classroom as needed or monitored and assisted with feeding in the cafeteria. As a para, my primary duties were to assist the classroom teacher in all areas of ongoing instructions throughout the day. Toileting, feeding, data collection, testing, behavior strategies and modifications implementations. I learned the importance of consistency for the students, respect for the students and the importance for each student to know that help is always available and that someone cares. There really was no hard part, you learn to adapt to make the students successful! The most enjoyable part was the interaction with the students and to see and hear the verbal as well as nonverbal language from students.
holidays off, summer vacation, on going training for advancements