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Online Learning Support Teaching Assistant Course
The lack of good training for teaching assistants in international schools is a problem. With increasing reliance on teaching assistants for support, it's crucial to provide them with meaningful training. Few learning support departments would survive without them.
This course offers in-depth content for teaching assistants in international schools to help improve their work. The author has over 20 years of experience working with teaching assistants and wants to take luck out of the process of finding good ones.
Your inclusion school guide
Hi, I'm April!
In 3rd grade, I often finished my work quickly and annoyed the teacher. The teacher would send me out to work in the ‘special ed classroom’. What the teacher thought was a punishment turned into my passion - helping neurodiverse individuals with disabilities!
While teaching for 20 years, I started identifying ways to create a better school environment that would help cater to those with neurodiversities and be better for everyone.
About 3 years ago, I decided I needed to pour 100% of my focus into building the inclusive capacities of schools and changing the future for the neurodiverse.
Today I proudly work with top schools and organizations on their inclusion practices and am a speaker among world-leading teacher conferences.
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Get free access to templates that are useful for schools and parents
- Learner Profile
- IEP Parent Invitation Letter
- IEP Checklist
- How to run a great IEP meeting