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How do I substitute teach?

  1. Ardie profile image75
    Ardieposted 6 years ago

    How do I substitute teach?

    Once a person is hired in to substitute teach what are some rules or guidelines teachers would like the subs to know or follow?  Are there any tips or tricks of the trade to help with different age levels?  How can a sub know what the teacher expects to take place during learning?  What technology is used during the day that a sub might need to know how to operate (ie. smartboard)?

  2. prairieprincess profile image96
    prairieprincessposted 6 years ago

    A practical guide for surviving as a substitute teacher, from someone who's been there. read more

  3. Bukarella profile image85
    Bukarellaposted 6 years ago

    It is the teacher responsible for teaching, not the sub. The sub will know what the teacher expects, because the teacher should leave a detailed outline of what is taking place during every lesson and in-between (snack time, lunch time, recess duty, etc.) The lesson plans left for you to follow must be easy to direct, and all of the materials you need for the lessons should be left in an obvious place.
    As far as technology goes, I would never ask a sub to use a smartboard. I might , however, leave a short video for the class to watch, and I would make sure the sub knows exactly where to find the TV.
    If you can't do something described in the lesson plans, it would never be considered your fault, but rather the fault of a teacher, who didn't leave clear instructions.


    Best of luck,

    ~5th grade teacher

  4. Joelipoo profile image83
    Joelipooposted 6 years ago

    Substitute teaching can be a very difficult task.  This hub outlines some things to remember when subbing. read more

  5. TIMETRAVELER2 profile image98
    TIMETRAVELER2posted 6 years ago

    WOW...you've included a lot of questions in your question!  Most teachers provide subs with a packet that tells them everything they need to know  Subs usually learn to stick with one particular age level because that's where they feel comfortable.  Teachers don't expect subs to use a lot of technology, etc...they mostly expect subs to follow the lesson plans that the teacher has left on the desk and try to keep the kids from killing each other!

  6. LearnFromMe profile image92
    LearnFromMeposted 6 years ago

    Need tips about how to be a successful substitute teacher? Learn tips and ideas that will help you on your way to be an A+ substitute teacher. read more

 
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