Anyone who has been a substitute teacher knows that with all the perks there are a lot of issues that subs face that regular classroom teachers do not. Here are some tips and tricks that I've picked up along the way!
Be a Prepared Substitute Teacher! This no prep binder includes lesson plans for K-6, a calendar, a page to keep track of all your sub info, and a form to leave your sub notes at the end of the day! #substituteteaching Read more: http://www.wifeteachermommy.com/2015/08/be-prepared-substitute-teacher.html
This is what you leave on your board when you love your new chalk markers and Post-Its when you're going to have a sub. I left a note for my sub to give sticky notes to students I would be proud of to place on the board. They wrote their name and proud shining moment on their note. I loved walking into our class and seeing all those sticky notes! It's a great visual reminder for my students to behave. @postit #stickynotes #substitute #teacher
I started substitute teaching two and a half years ago in rural Nevada.After a year I moved to Las Vegas and have continued to substitute here.The difference between rural schools and urban ones is huge, but some factors remain the same; the need to...