May is Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month and this is the perfect time to teach your students to embrace diversity. Here’s how to bring the exciting celebrations to your classroom!
Putting up with challenging student behavior can be a difficult part of being a substitute teacher. Whether you’re a new sub or a veteran sub, we have the best tips to ensure peaceful behavior in the classroom.
Do you remember when a teacher or school staff member was especially kind to you? If so, then you know how vital it is for students to have support from the adults around them. Each student matters when it comes to education. As a paraprofessional, you’ll have the opportunity to ensure that each student, regardless of the support they need, has the resources they need to succeed.
You were late to school, your students weren’t engaged, your computer froze, you forgot to print the worksheets, and to top it off, your coffee is cold. Here’s how to survive a bad day as a substitute teacher!
Since February is Black History Month (BHM), this is the perfect opportunity to start celebrating Black history! Here are several influential Black figures and institutions promoting Black health and wellness that you can teach to your class!
Texas schools are struggling to fill their teacher vacancies and students are seeing bigger classroom sizes and less classroom support. Help your local schools by becoming a Texas substitute teacher now!