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Best of Works 4 Me: Preparing for Substitute Educators
These teaching tips and strategies will help you prepare for productive days in your classroom when you can't be there.
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Cards for Substitute Educators
Ms. Newman uses index cards and labels to help substitutes with a variety of tasks: taking roll, tracking behavior, assigning groups, etc. Read about how using this simple stack of cards can make life easier for you, the sub, and your students.
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Class Note
Students often think having a substitute teacher means all fun and games, but Mr. Myers has a tip that can help you keep them on track and well-behaved when you're absent.
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Classroom Help
Place an ad next year to hire classroom help. Motivate students to stay employed by doing a good job.
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Classroom Help
Place an ad next year to hire classroom help. Get your students motivated to help and stay employed by doing a good job.
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Computer Template I
Ms. May saves hours of time with this tip that she uses for subsitute teacher as well as field trips. See if her time-saver can work for you!
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Computer Template II
Mr. Berger has a quick and easy way to communicate to prepare substitutes for his classes. Read about his tip and see it it can work for you!
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Computer Template III
Imagine no more frantic hurrying to leave plans for the sub! If Ms. Worthley needs to be absent on short notice, she uses this tip from her home to communicate her needs and keep everyone prepared. Read about it here!
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Computer Template IV
Preparing plans for a sub can be time-consuming, espicially when you are very ill. Ms. Mitchell offers a time-saving tip that not only lays out the day in detail for her sub, but provides several days' plans should her absence be lengthy.
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Daily Helpers
Here's a great idea to help you keep track of classroom helper tasks and classroom assignments with a bonus benefit when you need a sub!
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