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Denver Public Schools
Special Education Paraprofessional was asked...May 19, 2016

What is a situation in which you have been challenged by a student and how did you meet that challenge and learn from it for future lessons

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I had a student who would keep talking even when she wasn’t supposed to. I tried changing her seat frequently, talking to her parents then finally settled on having her take a paper and write out what’s on her mind in the back of the room which seemed most effective. I also found that letting her help with tasks worked Less

I talked about a student with autism I had that used to spit on me and other paras every time we tried to get him to learn and do work. I explained the many tactics we came up with and tried as a team and the many ways I tried on my own to get his behavior to change. Until we finally came up with a tactic of reward and recoil that got him away from spiting and excited to do work. Less

Corpus Christi Independent School District

What would you do if a student became physically aggressive in the classroom?

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I would make certain all other students were safe. Removal of the other classroom students first, then deescalate the aggressive behavior next. Less

ESC Region XIII

What is the difference between formative and summative evaluation?

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Summative evaluation is meant to assess the amount of student learning at the end of a unit, like a final exam or midterm. Formative evaluation is much more regular and is used by a teacher to change their program to achieve better results. Less

Oakland Unified School District

Do you think all students can succeed at high levels?

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Yes! I think this is an extremely important question to say yes to.

No

yes with the right help and support

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Brightmont Academy

What subjects are you qualified to teach? Are you flexible in your teaching style?

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I am qualified to teach English Literature and Grammar. My style is very flexible focusing on needs to the students. Less

English Literature and Grammar

I gave all the subjects I have taught over the years. The more subjects you can teach, the more hours you can get, so be flexible! Less

Bellevue Public Schools

If you encountered two coworkers engaging in gossip, what would you do?

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I would stay away from it and if the gossip got brought up in front of me, I wouldn't spread it and say it is not ethical to talk about other coworkers. Less

That's really hard to answer when it's the principal and the secretaries who are doing it! Less

AlignStaffing

Did ou want to open your own early childhood center

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Yes

Yes

Canutillo Independent School District

What would you do if you heard a staff member speaking badly about another teacher, yourself, or a student in your classroom?

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This was a difficult question, and I answered with well you never really know if they are just rumors but I would maybe ask the teacher to speak to me personally about it, and if anything were to get out of hand, I would like to bring the administration into the situation. Less

I would talk to the staff member, and outline some strategies they might use in discussing their concerns. I might offer some reasons for the staff member's behavior. Less

Baltimore City Public School System

how can you help a student? What is the IEP process?

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The process of getting an IEP begins with an evaluation for special education. It ends with a written plan for services and supports. But the work of making sure your child is getting needed support continues long after that. Less

I did well because I have years of experience.

Millcreek Township School District

How did you handle a stressful situation on the job?

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Ethically, logically, professionally, and later emotionally I was able to get through a number of personally stressful situations and draw upon the experience of other professional to seek advice on best practice and method if I were to encounter similar events in the future to be better equipped and have the best possible outcome. Less

An example of a stressful situation I’ve dealt with is, when I was working at the adult day services I dealt with a young adult individual who always wanted to get her way, and when she wouldn’t get her way she get very upset and start yelling or bothering others. When the individual would act this way I would take her to what we called the ‘sensory’ room which was kind of like a time out room for the clients and I would let her calm down in there and sometimes she would talk to me (which usually calmed her down) and when she was ready we’d go back into the activity. Less

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