What does a paraprofessional do?
Paraprofessionals provide instructional, behavioral, and other support to students in and outside of the classroom. Some paraprofessionals work with students in a special education classroom. Others may work with students in a general education classroom or rotate to support all the classes in a specific grade level.
What do paraprofessionals do during remote learning?
Have your paraprofessionals record themselves reading books and share with students via your online classroom! Video task analysis of daily living skills. Videos of yoga, science, math lessons, etc. 1:1 or small group Zoom sessions (if this is allowed with your district)
How can we use paraprofessionals in distance learning?
5 Easy Ways to use paraprofessionals during distance learningPrepare Lessons. Paraprofessionals can plan art and social-emotional lessons and activities. “Attend” Professional Development. Time away from the physical classroom provides an opportunity for professional development for paraprofessionals. Participate in Virtual Circle Time. Gather Data. Reinforce Content.
Can you make boom cards for free?
You can use Boom for free. However, a paid account (see pricing here HERE) is very affordable and allows you to: Get reports about student progress and activity. Create an entire classroom of student logins.
Can I put boom cards on seesaw?
It is important to remember that Boom Cards can not be played directly in Seesaw. Your students need to click on the link that takes them to Boom Learning where they can securely play (with or without logging in).
Can I make my own boom cards?
It’s easy (and a little addictive) to create Boom Cards for the Boom Learning platform. We call a set of cards a “deck”. Using simple drag and drop tools you can design cards for use in your own classroom or to share in our Marketplace. You can start creating todayfor free!
Is Boom cards free for teachers?
What Is Boom Learning? Boom Learning is a platform that allows teachers to download free or paid digital activities for students of all ages. Boom “decks” are made up of individual, digital task cards for students to complete.