You get the call. You’re subbing today! No matter what building you’re reporting to, what content area you’re teaching in, or what grade level you’re teaching, you’ll want to be prepared for anything that comes your way. These 6 tips will help you know how to be a prepared substitute teacher.
Dealing with Seating Chart Woes? These tips may help you with creating your seating charts! Teaching is not just about lessons and grading. Classroom management is a huge part of your job! Part of managing behaviors in the classroom is knowing how to organize and set up your room to help your students learn effectively. One of the most important steps is creating seating charts.
Here are 5 Reasons Teachers Don’t Use Their Sick Days… and 5 reasons why YOU should! For every classroom crawling with kiddos, there is a teacher that is exposed to an assortment of germs. Yes, teachers get sick, and unfortunately, it can happen more than once a year. However, many teachers drag their tired selves to school, avoiding calling a sub and taking one for
Save Time Planning with 15 Proven Methods from Teachers! Do you feel like you are always working because there is SO much planning to do as a teacher? Does it feel nearly impossible to save time planning? I don’t blame you! There are so many components to lesson planning- what to teach, how to teach it, how to engage your students, how to differentiate, the list
10 Ways to Find Work/Life Balance as a Teacher Work/life balance can be hard to find as a teacher. One of the most challenging aspects of being a teacher is making time for yourself. And if you have your own kids, this balance is all the more challenging. If you spend too much time focusing on work during your personal and family time, all the