How to Succeed as a Substitute Teacher: Everything You Need From Start to Finish
  • How to Succeed as a Substitute Teacher: Everything You Need From Start to Finish
  • How to Succeed as a Substitute Teacher: Everything You Need From Start to Finish

How to Succeed as a Substitute Teacher: Everything You Need From Start to Finish

by Cicely A. (Anne) Rude
     
 

ISBN-10: 1412944759

ISBN-13: 9781412944755

Pub. Date: 11/06/2007

Publisher: SAGE Publications

This handbook provides tools to help substitute teachers walk into a new classroom, create a positive environment, and deliver instruction that meets curriculum standards.  See more details below

Overview

This handbook provides tools to help substitute teachers walk into a new classroom, create a positive environment, and deliver instruction that meets curriculum standards.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412944755
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
11/06/2007
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface: A Message to All Substitute Teachers
Acknowledgments
About the Author
Introduction
Why Substitute Teachers Are Important
How Do You Define Success?
1. Welcome to Substitute Teaching!
Different Work Opportunities That May Be Available to You
Types of Schools
Types of Programs
Variations in Scheduling
Average Pay
Pros and Cons
The Good!
The Not-So-Good
Tips to Take With You
Food for Thought
2. Setting Sail as a Sub
Getting Started in Your New Job
Parking
At the School Site: Information and Material to Look for Upon Arrival
Substitute Teacher Responsibilities
Legal Issues
Substitute Teacher Supplies
Welcome Back, Kotter: Teaching Where You Were Once Taught
Tips to Take With You
Food for Thought
3. General Classroom Procedures
Sample School Schedules
A Day in Kindergarten
A Day in Elementary School
A Day in Secondary School
Three Important "To-Do" Lists
Things to Do Before Class
Things to Do During Class
Things to Do After School
Working Together: Paraprofessionals
Lesson Planning in a Nutshell
Lesson Plan Template
Things to Remember When Planning a Lesson
When Does a Sub Need a Lesson Plan?
Tips to Take With You
Food for Thought
4. Making the Most of Your Position
Benefits of Networking
Meeting and Greeting 101
Staying in Touch
Staying in Touch With People
Staying in Touch With Information
Applying the 13,000-Hour Apprenticeship of Observation to Substitute Teaching
The Learner's Autobiography
Respecting Cultural Diversity
Tips to Take With You
Food for Thought
5. Eight Classroom Management Tips to Make Your Job Easier
#1 Attitude
What Would You Do?
#2 Rules, Authority, and Leadership
What Would You Do?
#3 Using a Gimmick
What Would You Do?
#4 Getting to Know the Students
What Would You Do?
#5 Dealing With Disruptions
What Would You Do?
#6 Flexibility
What Would You Do?
#7 Developing Mutual Respect
What Would You Do?
#8 Preventing Problems
What Would You Do?
Tips to Take With You
Food for Thought
6. Staying Safe
Unfortunately It Can Happen...
Protect Yourself
Protect the Students
Protect Your Stuff
Protect School Property
Tips to Take With You
Food for Thought
A Final Word
Resources
A. State-By-State Information
B. Substitute Teacher's Log
C. Elementary School Sub Report
D. Secondary School Sub Report
E. Online Sources of Free Materials for Teachers and Substitutes
Glossary
References
Suggested Readings
Index

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