There’s no such thing as being too prepared for your first day as a substitute teacher! Here are 7 situations you might find yourself in and what to do.
Bring drama (the good kind) into the classroom and get your students excited to perform with this easy visual.
You’ll have the elements of drama: tools, plot, structure, setting, cast of characters all in one sheet! Your kids will be able to increase imagination and confidence in their drama building skills.
Whether you’re in Los Angeles, Orange County or San Francisco Bay Area, the process of becoming a substitute teacher is simple.
Learn what the 5 steps are to start substitute teaching.
Regardless of how long you’re with the class, these 5 relationship-building tips help you establish rapport with students right away.
In early July 2021, the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) approved new and more accessible ways for incoming teachers to pursue the teaching profession.
With California planning to “fully reopen” its economy on June 15th, it’s an exciting time but also a bit overwhelming. After 12+ months of pandemic life, what does “normal” look like? And what does a “fully reopened” economy look like for the classroom? In this blog, we answer some of the most common questions.
To help expedite your hiring process, we’ve put together a list of interview questions to ask potential teachers, teaching assistants, and tutors when considering them for a summer enrichment or after-school program.
The demand for summer programs has soared but many of your current teachers are burnt out and desperately need a break.
You need to find new summer teachers ASAP.
But you can’t just hire anyone if you want your students to have a fulfilling summer after an extremely difficult year.
Pride Month is a great time to teach your students about the LGBTQ+ community and their long-standing struggle for social justice.
Educate your class about important terms, definitions, the Pride Movement, and LGBTQ+ stories!
Juneteenth is celebrated annually on June 19th, which is where it gets its name from. This historic holiday has been around for more than a century but American textbooks often omit or dismiss it.
Start learning about Juneteenth and its cultural significance so you can celebrate it in your classroom this year!