Training Basic Teaching Skills to Paraeducators of Students with Severe Disabilities

Parsons, Marsha B.; Reid, Dennis H.
March 1999
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p48
Academic Journal
Discusses the teaching skills training program (TSTP) in the United States, designed to prepare teachers in working with handicapped children. Role of paraeducators in the TSTP; Basic teaching competencies learned from the TSTP. INSETS: Characteristics of Successful Staff Training Programs.;Using the Least-to-Most Assistive Prompting Strategy.;Modeling, Practice, and Feedback..


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