A bachelor’s level staff person in a health care setting (e.g., licensed practical nurse) who receives clinical training to provide basic services, such as care manager responsibilities
In clinical psychology, an individual lacking a doctoral degree but trained to perform certain functions usually reserved for clinicians, for example, a college student trained and supervised by a behavioural therapist to shape the behaviour of autistic children through contingent reinforcers.
A trained worker who is not a member of a given profession but assists a professional.
a mental health services person who is not trained at a professional level.
A trained classroom assistant who works with a classroom teacher in the education process.
a fancy way of saying "aid
an individual that is usually assigned to a special education classroom or one-on-one to a student
a non-certificated staff member working in the classroom
a non-certified individual employed by the Boston Public Schools whose function is to assist teachers and other school personnel, except custodial or cafeteria workers
Teacher aide and education, behaviour and communication support worker.
Supervised by and serves as an assistant to the county agent. Also known as program assistant. Most frequently assists with coordinating and organizing many of the activities and events that the office sponsors.
A term used to describe a trained aide/assistant who assists a professional person (i.e. teacher's aide, physician's assistant).
Individual not licensed as a teacher who assists teachers in nonteaching tasks, such as clerical work and student supervision. Also referred to as a teacher aide or classroom aide.
Non-certified individual who assists teachers in non-teaching tasks, such as clerical work. Also called a "teacher aide" or "classroom aide."
A teaching assistant usually connected with a special education classroom or a student who needs intensive individual support in a regular education classroom.
A Paraprofessional assists the Instructor in creating a positive learning environment to facilitate the personal, social, and intellectual development of students.
A person who works in a school or school library but does not have a degree in Library Media, and may not have a teaching degree. Term may also apply to public library staff with similar background.
Person who assists teachers and other school staff
Under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), education paraprofessionals (teacher aides/assistants) hired after January 8, 2002 to assist in schools/programs that receive Title I funds must have completed 2 years of study at a higher education institution, obtained an associate's degree or higher, or met a rigorous standard of quality through a formal state or local assessment. Title I paraprofessionals hired prior to January 8, 2002 have until 2006 to meet these requirements. IBHE, ICCB, and ISBE are currently developing a statewide model associate degree curriculum for a Paraprofessional Educator Associate in Applied Science Degree and Certificate.