Earlywood Educational Services
The information provided on the site is intended to support the professional growth of para-professionals.
Project SUCCESS is launching the following series of online courses for paraprofessionals:
Paraprofessionals are an important part of the 21st Century classroom. As a paraprofessional, you can support quality classroom instruction, help maintain a positive learning environment for students, and provide added support for students who need special services. Whether you’re just getting started as a para, or you’ve been serving for many years, these courses are designed to give you practical, universal tips and strategies to be at your best in the classroom including:
There is no cost, but participants will need to register for Pepper, the online learning community hosting the training. To request course access, fill out this form.
1905 North Range Rd.
Bloomington, IN 47408-9801
TTY: (812) 855-9396
Sandi Cole, Ed.D.
Kristan Coffer Sievers
We provide resources for Indiana teachers.
The Indiana Institute on Disability and Community is a part of the Office of the Vice Provost for Research at Indiana University, Bloomington (OVPR). OVPR works with individuals, teams, centers, institutes, and schools to foster excellence in research and creative activities and to support faculty in successfully competing for external funding.