Academic Liaisons balance their roles with students needing intervention and classroom teachers working to meet needs.
In today’s episode, we continue our short mini-series of interviews with Elisa Lewis, and Academic Liaison. In this episode we talk about the interplay between the liaison, student, and classroom teacher. We also continue to discuss some of the tightrope that coaches, interventionists, and other para-classroom educators walk when working with other classroom teachers when it comes to meeting student needs across the student’s academic day. We also discuss how a staff member that works with relatively small numbers of students pays big dividends for the whole school environment.
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