Unit 3: Why Helping Can Become Hovering

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Too often, IEP teams see the addition of paraeducator support as a quick fix to eliminate barriers that may prevent a student from be successful in the general education classroom.

However, when a paraeducator is too closely attached to a student, it can lead to unintended harmful effects.

Because of the close connection between paraeducators and students, it is often difficult for paraeducators to notice when their helping has become hovering.

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