The Paraprofessional and Student Success: Four Corners to Super Para Status

Presented by Linda Aldridge, Ed.D, laLearn and Beth Zillinger, MS, CCC-SLP, Kansas Infinitec

The work of a paraprofessional in the classroom is critical to student success; however, working with students is often complicated. What skills, attributes or traits will help paraprofessionals achieve Super Para Status while working in the schools? This video is intended for school paraprofessionals and discusses attributes and traits in four key areas: relationships, performance character, student needs and workplace politics.

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