Paraeducators in Physical Education : A Training Guide to Roles and Responsibilities
Edited by College at Brockport faculty member Lauren J. Lieberman.
Also includes a chapter by College at Brockport faculty member Douglas Collier: Positive methods for dealing with difficult behavior, and chaopters co-authored by College at Brockport alumni Rocco Aiello: Instruction strategies; and Carin Mulawka: Assessment.
Paraeducators work in virtually every school—but until now, no systematic training program has existed to teach them how to work effectively with children in physical education settings. Paraeducators in Physical Education: A Training Guide to Roles and Responsibilities is a comprehensive yet easy-to-use training package for teachers, administrators, and paraeducators. This book and CD-ROM package puts everything you need at your fingertips for effective training from prekindergarten through high school settings for both general and adapted physical education. It presents thorough and practical information across a wide spectrum of issues, including the roles and responsibilities of paraeducators, providing for physical and emotional safety, dealing with difficult behavior, instructional strategies, assessment, and individualized education program (IEP) development. The CD-ROM includes seven PowerPoint presentations to guide training sessions along with easy-to-print handouts in the book to reinforce and extend paraeducators' learning. This package is useful for in-service days, staff meetings, and independent study programs in school settings. It's also applicable in college settings, where the material can be used in teaching paraeducators and training the trainers of preservice and in-service teachers.
Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, 2007.
x, 141 p : illustrations ; 27 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (in back pocket)
Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education
Lieberman, Lauren J.; Collier, Douglas; Mulawka, Carin; and Aiello, Rocco, "Paraeducators in Physical Education : A Training Guide to Roles and Responsibilities" (2007). Brockport Bookshelf. 109.