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Teacher TA Collaboration

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So many general education and special education teachers gratefully acknowledge, “I couldn’t do this work without my TA!” Yet, despite the support of dedicated teachers and teaching assistants, many students still struggle to meet their academic, social-emotional and behavioral goals. This reality leaves many hard-working educators frustrated and perplexed about how to best improve outcomes for their students with disabilities, English language learners, and other traditionally underserved students. Working smarter, not harder, may be the answer. Research shows teaching assistants who are not engaged in evidence-based practices have little impact on improving student outcomes. This presentation will explore ways to build teaching assistant efficacy in using evidence-based practices with students. Presented by Liz Daley, Greater Capital Region Teacher Center.


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