FREE! Print out this simple, yet effective form to help your substitute document their time spent in your class. This quick reference sheet will note a variety of management issues, concerns, or suggestions that the classroom teacher should be made aware of during their time away.
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Be a Prepared Substitute Teacher! This no prep binder includes lesson plans for K-6, a calendar, a page to keep track of all your sub info, and a form to leave your sub notes at the end of the day! #substituteteaching Read more: http://www.wifeteachermommy.com/2015/08/be-prepared-substitute-teacher.html
Are you a middle school or elementary teacher who is frustrated by lines of students wanting your attention? You are going to want to check out this post containing an easy strategy that both you AND your substitute teachers will love!
I can add this to my sub-folder. No guess-work for what type of info to leave for the teacher when they return. I'll need to adapt it for the 6 classes I teach in one day, but it's much better than coming back to no note or information!
You can find lots of research that clearly shows that brain breaks increase academic achievement, help with concentration, boost on-task behavior, improve student attitudes...but actually, you can walk into any elementary classroom, on any day and see for yourself. Kids need brain breaks like teachers need chocolate...every day...the more often,...