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Are you a substitute teacher looking for substitute teaching ideas? Check out our ultimate guide to subbing! These substitute teaching tips will help you be a prepared substitute teacher in an elementary setting. Includes classroom management ideas for subs, free printables you can use, games and activities, and more! Great for guest teachers in kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades. Ideas for substitute teacher outfits and clothes. Being a substitute teacher tips post.

Substitute Teaching: The Ultimate Guide to Subbing

Inside: Whether you are just getting started or a veteran substitute teacher, this guide to substitute teaching will help you be prepared and ready for subbing! When it comes to substitute teaching, you might have a lot of questions when you are getting started. This ultimate guide to subbing will help you navigate everything from how to become a substitute teacher to lesson plans. You’ll learn how to go with the flow when things don’t go as planned, get more sub jobs, and manage even the most unruly classroom. Read on to get the resources and advice you need to

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Are you a new teacher who just completed student teaching? Check out these teacher job interview tips! This reviews common teaching job interview questions, outfits to wear for your teacher interview, what to include in your teaching portfolio, and more. Great for student teachers for kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom in the elementary school setting.

How to Ace Your Teacher Job Interview

Inside: Teaching job interview tips from our teacher community! If you could ask me what the most common topic I’ve been getting questions about in our teacher community the last month, it would definitely be job interviews! Whether you just finished student teaching and are on the search for your first job, or you are simply looking for a change, you want to be prepared for your interview. Have no fear! These tips were compiled from a wide variety of teachers inside the Wife Teacher Mommies Unite Facebook group. With this variety of insight, you are bound to ace your

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