- Inclusive settings for students with mild to severe disabilities - Elementary through high school students - 11 years experience - Reading intervention (Pre-K to 9) - Math intervention (Pre-K to 9) - Adapted History (7-9) - Adapted Health (7-9) - Adapted Science (7-9)
I'm the one that sort of sits back and watches things happen and tries to course correct as the day goes. I'm looking for ways to implement adaptations in a general education classroom and facilitating social interactions with the best technology solutions possible.
9th Annual Inclusion Institute Speaker CSEA Paraeducator's Conference 2012/2013/2014 TASH 2012 speaker Cal-TASH 2015/2016/2018/2019/2020/2021 AZ-WINS 2013/2019 SXSWEdu 2017 KU SOARS 2019/2020 Supporting Inclusive Practices 2021
Renay H. Marquez BArch: University of Southern California, 2001 Yolo Solano Teaching Program Pre-service 2017 California State University, Sacramento 2019-2024
Renay H. Marquez is a paraeducator. In February 2012, she published ParaEducate, a book that describes the role of paraeducators in public classroom settings with tips for behaviors, academics, and directing social interactions for students with mild to severe disabilities. Renay has been in classrooms in junior high, elementary and high school with inclusive settings for students. ParaEducate was started to help teachers and paraeducators with the varied academic needs of students with disabilities.
English Language Arts, Reading, Specialty, Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Basic Operations, Geometry, Numbers, Order of Operations, Other (Math), Science, Earth Sciences, Social Studies - History, U.S. History, World History, World Language, Other (World Language), Arts & Music, Physical Education, Special Education, Drama, Health, Other (Specialty), Geography, Life Skills, For All Subject Areas, Literature, Business, Study Skills, General Science, Writing, Oral Communication, Holidays/Seasonal, Speech Therapy, Valentine's Day, For All Subjects, Informational Text, Occupational Therapy, Handwriting