Are you looking for a job that offers flexibility, variety, and the opportunity to assist a younger generation? Substitute teaching could be the job for you! As a substitute teacher, you get to teach different subjects or grade levels – no two days are ever alike. Plus, you get the autonomy to pursue your passion… Read more »
Mr. Thompson was chosen as our Substitute Teacher of the Month for December because he is kind, friendly, and always willing to help when he can. He is thoughtful, hardworking, and dependable. He is flexible with last minute assignment changes. When we call at 6AM, he answers right away, and if he’s not available he… Read more »
We selected Mr. Ritter as our Substitute Teacher of the Month for October because he is a true rockstar. Butch is not only well loved by staff and students at all the schools within his district, but he has a love for teaching and caring for students that radiates from his smile at every assignment… Read more »
It’s like learning how to ride a bike. The more you do it, the better you get. And with training wheels, you forget the scary unknowns and enjoy the ride. Subbing can be the training wheels you need to naturally transition from your current job to the role of full-time teacher. Are you ready to make a positive difference in the lives of others? Here’s how substitute teaching can get you there.
Being a substitute teacher is no easy task. Some students see a day without their normal classroom teacher as “free time,” which can result in misbehavior that makes it harder to do your job. If you are experiencing turmoil in the classroom, you’re not alone. By taking time to understand the root cause of misbehavior, substitute teachers can help students succeed.
Shawna has been an excellent substitute teacher the past year. When she is not subbing, you will find her volunteering at many schools. We appreciate the number of jobs she takes on as well as going out of her comfort zone and subbing at all levels this school year. Even though she may not be… Read more »
Ms. Carmody was chosen because she is the definition of a true team player. We love her friendly attitude and willingness to help wherever is needed and always responds to those early morning calls and text messages. She is dependable and takes those last-minute assignments. She also is responsible, meaning if she accidentally took a job… Read more »
Do your students seem extra fidgety? Perhaps you are seeing a room full of blank stares or a student or two is seemingly frustrated with their work. Ding Ding Ding! Those are just a couple of indicators that it is time for a Brain Break! Quick brain breaks during or in between lessons are important for student learning, and can relieve students’ frustration, stress and anxiety.
What does a substitute teacher look like? A stay-at-home mom who wants to spend more time with her kids? A college student wanting to grow their skills before becoming a full-time teacher? Or a retiree who is looking for something to do in their free time? The answer is all of the above, and more.
Oh no! You have arrived at your substitute teaching position for the day and cannot find lesson plans anywhere. Don’t panic! That is where having a Sub Pack comes in handy. A Sub Pack is kind of like an emergency kit for the classroom. Included in a sub pack are items that will help make sure you have a successful day, no matter what classroom you’re teaching in.