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    No Child Left Behind Act & paraprofessional educator

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    As a paraprofessional educator, how do you see the "No Child Left Behind Act" impacting your job in the classroom?

    Describe the three elements of curriculum that can be differentiated. How do these elements interact with each other?

    You have been assigned a mixed ability group of students. What would you expect the lesson strategies to encompass in delivering their instruction?
    What are the goals of mainstreaming students? Why is this considered controversial by some?

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    As a paraprofessional educator, how do you see the "No Child Left Behind Act" impacting your job in the classroom?

    Para professional teachers are meant to provide "curricular support services" to the class teacher. In this capacity, s/he can help do lesson planning as well as lead students through guided and independent practice modules, based on how each curriculum or lesson plan is designed.

    http://www.highered.nysed.gov/nclb01-intro.html

    NCLB, is an educational Act passed in the U.S. in 2001, for all elementary grades, content teaching in all public schools, all across the country.

    Describe the three elements of curriculum that can be differentiated. How do these elements interact with each other?

    Aim or Rationale - age appropriate, content area lesson with a clear cut learning outcome

    Instructional Plan - how the teacher will teach, via lesson explanation and demonstration or illustration e.g., water cycle or plant growth lesson in elementary science

    Practice - how ...

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