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Encourage chatting in classes: Give a brief explanation of the special ed student’s abilities and how the class can help them meet their goals of socializing and learning social behaviour.

Students in the class usually feel a purpose when the mystery of the “odd” child is cleared up and they know it is okay for them to greet our student each day and that they are empowered to assist in their development by expecting a response and so forth.

Through working as an EA I have learned patience, how to set boundaries, and the ability to work through challenges that have come between a student and his or her learning.

EA, ON Help your students emotionally, physically and academically.

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H.) curriculum, Public Health – Seattle & King County Target Audience: Level IV (adolescence, ages 14 through 18; high school; grades 9-12) Duration of Lesson: Unspecified Date Published: 2011 Summary: This lesson focuses on how to have healthy and happy relationships, how someone might recognize if they are in an unhealthy relationship, and what kinds of communication skills can help youth have the relationships they want.

As an EA, I am sometimes the link between the teacher and the student.

I help the student feel comfortable, show them that they can trust me, and help them understand that I will not judge them.

The educator then leads the students in a guided discussion about the activity.

To view this lesson click here Source: ETR Re CAPP Website Target Audience: Developmentally delayed youth, ages 13 to 18; Level III (early adolescence, ages 12 through 15; middle school/junior high school) and IV (adolescence, ages 15 through 18; high school) Duration of Lesson: Three 30 to 45 minute sessions Date Published: 2001 Summary: Intended for moderate to high functioning developmentally delayed youth, this 3 part lesson helps youth identify various types of relationships and describe appropriate ways people in different kinds of relationships relate to each other.