The not-so-general ramblings
of a woman trying to do it
the right way, but not
always hitting the mark.
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This is the third part to a 3-part series chronicling my take on the differences between a job as a paraprofessional and a job as a teacher. (View Part 1 here and Part 2 here.)
Let me preface this list by saying that I believe that paras and teachers have the potential to equally rock the education world. They can love and nurture students in a way that only an educator can. They can help students become great.
That said - there are some definite differences between paraprofessionals and teachers. This list is not to say one is better than the other. Rather this is meant as a tongue-in-cheek comparison of how I perceive the differences of a paraprofessional's job and a teacher's job. (And any teacher who has worked as a para or vice versa should be able to relate to my list.)
ParaprofessionalsVsTeachersCalendar Reduction Days – “Yay! I
get another day off. Yeah, it kind of stinks that it’s a Calendar Reduction
Day, but hey – a day off is a day off!” Calendar Reduction Days …
Not too long ago, my friend and I were were taking a sabbatical from Facebook. I subscribe to many bloggers who are linked with others. (in)courage is one such blog. It was through this blog that I learned of Crystal's new book,Saying Goodbye to Survival Mode.