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A Paraprofessional Educator is a person responsible for assisting the classroom teacher with teaching the youth with disabilities. The majority of their time will be spent anchoring small group discussions. Providing more one on one support with students. They will gather instructions from the teacher and teach their small group or teach one on one with their students. Beyond teaching, paraprofessionals will help their students with their hygiene and medical needs. Paraprofessionals should be able to accurately provide the necessary feedback a teacher will need in order to adjust and develop students learning needs.
Paraprofessional educators should be passionate and caring individuals. They should be extremely motivated to help students in need and be excited about their educational development. They should have experience, but not necessary, with assisting disabled people. They should be able to take instruction and even feedback well. Adjusting to teacher recommendations will help a paraprofessional succeed in their career.
Interviewing for this position should be fairly straight-forward. As a candidate, highlight any work or voluntary experiences you have helping students with disabilities. Demonstrate your passion for this position by express how much it would mean to you to have a role in a child's education and their future. Be compassionate about these children's needs and show an eagerness to help. Some candidates may not be cut out for this type of work, so the interviewer may be weary of any candidate they are interviewing. Be sure to tell the interviewer how you plan on staying with this career for the foreseeable future.