Facebook pages for paraeducators, paraprofessionals, teaching assistants, educators for special education, e-learning, and humor.

25 Facebook Pages for Paraeducators to Love, Like and Follow

If you are living under a rock and asking yourself what Facebook pages for paraeducators are, then first let's catch you up on Facebook.

What is Facebook?

Facebook is a social media platform that came out in 2004 from Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard dorm room. It grew fast in popularity after it was released to the public. Now Facebook has 2.23 billion active users. It is a company worth billions of dollars and the #1 social network.

Facebook allows users to sign-up and creates profiles for free, to connect with friends, work colleagues, or people they do not know online through “friend requests”. It allows users to share pictures, music, videos, and articles, as well as their thoughts and opinions with whoever they like. ‘Facebookers” can personalize their profiles, as well as like, comment, and share each other posted materials.

You can even “LIKE” Facebook pages of your interest to receive updates, look at pictures, and comment on your favorite brands. It is also en economical way to make connections and get access to free resources and improve your skills.

What is a Facebook Page?

According to Whatis.techtarget.com:

A Facebook page is a public profile specifically created for businesses, brands, celebrities, causes, and other organizations. Unlike personal profiles, pages do not gain “friends,” but “fans” – which are people who choose to “like” a page. Pages can gain an unlimited number of fans, differing from personal profiles, which has had a 5,000 friend maximum put on it by Facebook. Pages work similarly to profiles, updating users with things such as statuses, links, events, photos and videos. This information appears on the page itself, as well as in its fans' personal news feeds.
Facebook pages for paraeducators, paraprofessionals, teaching assistants, educators for special education, e-learning, and humor.

How do I find Facebook Pages?

Directly from websites

Look up websites you use often and look for the Facebook logo. Most times the logo is found on the header, footer, sidebars, or all the above. This logo does one of two things. It is a Facebook logo that allows you to share the page you visiting on your Facebook page or it is a Facebook logo that takes you to the website’s Facebook page and you can “like” from there. Sometimes they have a Facebook widget on their sidebar and you can “like” without even leaving their site.  

Directly from Facebook

  1. Newsfeed Page. On your sidebar look for Explore then click on Pages. Here you will find your top suggestions and the tab to manage your Liked Pages. 
  2. Facebook Search bar.  You can search for more than just a website. You can search:
  • A person
  • A topic 
  • An idea
  • A movie
  • A book
  • A celebrity

The list is endless because there is a page for everything under the sun.

  1. Inside Pages you Like. First, go look at a Facebook page. Second, browse on the right sidebar for “Related Pages” and “Pages Liked by This Page” to help you find more pages you may like.  Third, peruse through the suggestions and pick the ones you like.
  2. My Suggestions are Below. Furthermore, to save you time, I have taken the liberty of doing a lot of the hard work for you. In addition, the list of Facebook pages below is sorted into the following categories:
  • Just for Paras
  • Special Education
  • Technology
  • Humor

25 Facebook Pages for Paraeducators

8 Facebook Pages for Paras

1. https://www.facebook.com/paraeducatorsite/

About from FB Page

“Explore research-based tips and tools for teaching assistants and paraeducators. Learn about legal, ethical, and propriety issues from the US, UK, and Australia.”

2. https://www.facebook.com/Chronicles-of-an-Instructional-Aide-626256127775187/


A personal blog based on personal adventures as a paraeducator.

3. https://www.facebook.com/lovingkidswithautism/

About from FB Page

“We all know how hard it is to work for a district or school that gives little to no support for Paras, teachers, and kids. This is a place to feel safe and supported. We are Stronger together! Unity is our strength!!”

4. https://www.facebook.com/paraprofessionalconnection/

About from FB Page

“A monthly publication for school districts specifically the Special Education Department that addresses the needs of paraprofessionals to develop.”

5. https://www.facebook.com/inspireparaprofessional/

About from FB Page

“A restorative place for paraprofessionals. Designed for you who seek the inspiration, skills, and tools to effectively support students with disabilities.”

6. https://www.facebook.com/We-Support-Paraprofessionals-614592428682612/


An encouraging place for paraprofessionals.

7. https://www.facebook.com/paraeducator/

About from FB Page

“Our mission is to address policy questions and other needs of the field, provide technical assistance and share information about policy questions, management practices, regulatory procedures, and training models that will enable administrators and staff-developers to improve the recruitment, deployment, supervision, and career development of paraprofessionals.”

8. https://www.facebook.com/aparapro/

Zee from A Para Pro Says Hello to all educators and to all my paraeducators, welcome home.

About from FB Page

A Para Pro is created specifically for Paraeducators to help them become successful with advice on special education, data tracking, and ways to supplement your income and monetize your skills. Plus, how to balance our para life and much more.

8 Facebook Pages for Special Education 

  1. https://www.facebook.com/MrsDsCorner/

About from FB Page

“Special education teacher who is passionate about making grade-level content functional, engaging, and meaningful for all students. Let me help you.”

  1. https://www.facebook.com/BreezySpecialEd/

About from FB Page

“I'm passionate about helping ALL students succeed. I love creating products and finding new and fun ways to teach life skills to students in special education.”

  1. https://www.facebook.com/theautismhelper/

About from FB Page

“Resources, tips, and materials to help you help children with autism”

  1. https://www.facebook.com/SimplySpecialEd/

About from FB Page

“Special Education Resources, Freebies, Curriculum, ideas! Chat with me about Special Education and win some free products!”

  1. https://www.facebook.com/DigitalDivideAndConquer/

About from FB Page

“-K-5 Special Education Teacher
-Project Based Learning
-Had a tarantula as a kid
-Was once really good with MS Paint”

  1. https://www.facebook.com/andnextcomesL/

About from FB Page

“Autism, sensory, and hyperlexia resources for parents and educators”

  1. https://www.facebook.com/InclusiveSchooling/

About from FB Page

“A space for educators and parents to come and learn how to effectively advocate for more inclusive learning environments.”

  1. https://www.facebook.com/missluluspecialed/

About from FB Page

“Products & resources for special education.”

5 Facebook Pages for Tech & E-learning

  1. https://www.facebook.com/pg/Edtechandmobilelearning/

About from FB Page

“All the tips, tutorials, and guides that you need to effectively integrate technology in your teaching.”

  1. https://www.facebook.com/shakeuplearning/

About from FB Page

“Stay up-to-date with the latest from the Shake Up Learning blog! Tech Tips for Teachers, including Google Apps, Blended Learning, Cheat Sheets and more!”

  1. https://www.facebook.com/ISTEconnects/

About from FB Page

“ISTE’s vision is that all educators are empowered to harness technology to accelerate innovation in teaching and learning and inspire learners to reach their greatest potential.”

  1. https://www.facebook.com/FreeTech4Teachers/

About from FB Page

“The best free sites and apps for teachers and students.
All content posted by Richard Byrne.”

  1. https://www.facebook.com/EmergingEdTech/

About from FB Page

“Engaging students and enhancing learning outcomes with Internet & instructional technologies.alia.”

4 Facebook Pages for Para Humor

1 https://www.facebook.com/mrdtimes3/

About from FB Page

“Joe “Mr. D” Dombrowski is a comedian best known for his viral social content and most notably for his Spelling Bee prank video which captured the hearts of 20 million people. Be sure to check out Joe's podcast, Social Studies.”

2. https://www.facebook.com/gerrybrooksprin/

About from FB Page

“Lexington Principal spreading humor in the world of education.”

3. https://www.facebook.com/eddiebcomedy/

About from FB Page

“Eddie B is comedy on steroids. He started comedy his senior year in College and never looked back. He has entertained crowds all over U.S…funny and real!”

4. https://www.facebook.com/TeachersWithASenseOfHumor/

About from FB Page

“As a teacher, I started this page because humor recharges my batteries. It is very important that everyone keeps her/his sense of humor when visiting this page as well. Please treat everyone with kindness and respect. Many things shared are not perfect, however, are still humorous or thought provoking. Keep laughing. Keep smiling. Keep sane. :-)”

Facebook Dos and Don’ts for Paraeducators

The Last Thing Paraeducators Need to Know About Facebook Pages

The thing I want you to take away from this is that the Facebook page is a great way to engage with other paraeducators as well as a place for educational resources, ideas, and inspiration. 

So what this means to you, in your life as a para, is that now you have more free resources and support to help you and your students acquire information and learn. 

So here’s your next step as it relates to what you and I just shared. Please join A Para Pro Facebook page so I can be the one to provide resources to further your love for teaching and your students' love for learning.

Let’s keep the conversation going. 

What other Facebook pages do you like and follow and what social media channels are you using? Please let me know in the comments below and don’t forget sharing is caring. 😉

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