to keep better records of my students achievements, struggles
from day to day and evaluate them at the end of the week. As a
paraprofessional, I have not really thought about goals until now. I
really want the student that I am with to grow. I like to see
weekly improvement. In the special education department small steps
are really big steps. I may need to repeat a task many times before
task is successfully completed. To see a student learn a new skill is
a rewarding part of my job.
2. Learn how to communicate with parents better. To learn what
they expect of me.
3.Keep learning more about the children I work with. What will
work with children and why it did not work with that child at that
4.keep updated about what is expected of me as a paraprofessional
through web sites and information that is available through my school.