As a substitute teacher, you should always leave a detailed thank you note at the end of the day. Here are some tips to writing a thoughtful note that has teachers calling you back again and again!
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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!
Whether you’re looking to change careers, need a side job or are looking to start working for the first time, substitute teaching might be right for you.
As a sub, you’ll work where you want and when you want, and you never have to worry about working off the clock!
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.
It’s easy to forget that when you’re sharing your screen with your online class, your students will see EVERYTHING that you’re sharing. And we mean everything!
See our video tutorial and step-by-step guide on the best screen-sharing practices in the virtual classroom.
Even for experienced, certified educators, finding new and creative ways to keep students engaged can be daunting.
But now the regular teacher is gone and you’ve entered a school you’ve never visited before to sub a class you’ve never met before. Now that’s a challenging job!
Preparation is key for stellar substitute teachers.
The following tips will help you keep your students from squirming in their seats and actually working on the assignments.