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Substitute Teaching

Everything You Need for Success
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ISBN-13:
9781610489430
Veröffentl:
2014
Seiten:
84
Autor:
Sidney W. Gilford
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book has been written to be a resource to those who are new to substitute teaching or are seasoned teachers considering substitute teaching.
What does one need to be a substitute teacher -- particularly to be successful as a substitute teacher? This book has been written to be a resource to those who are new to substitute teaching or are seasoned teachers considering substitute teaching. From the role of a substitute teacher to hints for getting assignments, from a typical day to being considered for a full-time position, from lesson plans to classroom management, from the Sub Pack to sample ground rules, this book has something for everyone.




In addition to original filler activities labeled by grade and subject, Substitute Teaching: Everything You Need for Success includes practical teaching strategies, hands-on activities to use in classrooms with students at various learning levels, checklists, a glossary, and a list of resources to guide you along the path toward being a successful substitute teacher.
Introduction


New Experiences


Where to Find Work


How to Use This Book


How the Book is Organized


Stand Alone Resource vs. Training Book


Purpose and Ultimate Outcome





Part I. Substitute Teaching and You


Chapter 1: The Importance of Substitute Teaching


Why Substitute Teaching is Important


Adding Value


No Empty Classroom


Quality Education and Learning Opportunities


Continuity


Professional Development for Teachers


Seamlessness


Exposure to New People


Chapter 2: Your Role as a Substitute Teacher: Responsibilities and Boundaries


Responsibilities


Boundaries


Observe and Report / Diagnose and Decide


Chapter 3: Know Yourself, Confidence is the Goal


Strengths and Weaknesses


Fear Factor


A Key to Success


Chapter 4: What Grades and Days do You Prefer?


Comfort Level: Grades / Ages


Availability: Days of the Week


A Note about Being Flexible


Chapter 5: Flexibility: A Key to Getting Assignments


Being Flexible


Flexibility: the Key and the Warning


General Categories


When to Say No


Being Proactive





Part II. Before and at the School. In the Classroom


Chapter 6: Being Prepared to Get “The Call”


Being Prepared


What to Have Ready


Getting “The Call”


Automated Phone Systems


Web-Based Systems


“Preferred” Lists


If Your Availability Changes


Chapter 7: What to Expect: A Typical Day


Preschool, Elementary, Middle and High School


Activities Throughout the Day


A Day with Ms. Jones


Prior to the Classroom


In the Classroom: Before Students Arrive


Students Enter the Classroom


During the Day


End of the Day


After Students Leave


Chapter 8: The End of the Day and the Next Day


Classroom Clean Up


Mini-Checklist


Note for the Regular Teacher


Pause and Reflect


Leaving the School


The Next Day


Chapter 9: Some Tips and Reminders for Your Day in the Classroom


Nervous is Normal


Arriving at the School


What to Take with You


Sub Pack


Assert Your Command of the Class Early On


Classroom Instruction


Who Else is in the Classroom?


You’re Not Alone at the School


Safety First


Get Invited Back





Part III. Tools, Tips, and Teaching


Chapter 10: Lesson Plans


What is in a Lesson Plan?


How to Use Lesson Plans


Objectives


Instructional Procedures


Materials


Assessment


What if There is No Lesson Plan?


Chapter 11: The Balancing Act: Teaching Strategies vs. Classroom Management


Interrelationship of Strategies and Management


Need for Corrective Classroom Management


Tipping the Balance


Chapter 12: Teaching Strategies


Factors That Affect Learning


Learning Conditions and Situations


Communication


Teaching for Learning


Ground Rules for Group Exercises and Activities


Teaching Styles


Teacher-Centered


Student-Centered


Teaching Strategies and Exercises



  1. Small Group Discussion


What Is It?


Some Advantages of Small Group Discussion


Small Group Discussion Exercise



  1. Brainstorming


What Is It?


Some Advantages of Brainstorming


Brainstorming Exercise



  1. Pros and Cons Chart


What Is It?


Some Advantages of Pros and Cons Chart


Pros and Cons Chart Exercise



  1. Cooperative Learning


What Is It?


Some Advantages of Pros and Cons Chart


Pros and Cons Chart Exercise



  1. Guided Discovery


What Is It?


Some Advantages of Guided Discovery


Guided Discovery Exercise



  1. Mind Mapping


What Is It?


Some Advantages of Mind Mapping


Mind Mapping Exercise



  1. Concept Mapping


What Is It?


Some Advantages of Concept Mapping


Differences between Concept Mapping and Mind Mapping


Concept Mapping Exercise



  1. Interactive Multimedia (Audio-Visual).


What Is It?


Some Advantages of Interactive Multimedia


Interactive Multimedia Exercise


Chapter 13: Classroom Management


What is Classroom Management?


Who’s in Charge?


Classroom Management Techniques


A Word about Kids


A Reminder about Your Role and Boundaries


Chapter 14: Special Education


Definitions


Special Education


Mainstreaming


Inclusion


Full Inclusion


Self-Contained Classroom


Collaborative, Team Teaching


Least Restrictive Environment


Controversy


Mainstreaming Advantages


Special Education Students


Non-Special Education Students


Costs


Mainstreaming Disadvantages


Special Education Students


Non-Special Education Students


Costs


Special Education and Substitute Teaching


In a Regular (Non-Special Education) Classroom


Some Additional Tips


In a Self-Contained Special Education Classroom


Chapter 15: Drills and Emergencies


Emergency and Crisis Response Plans


Types of Emergencies and Crises


Drills


A Note on Drills


What to do During a Drill or Emergency


Lockdowns


What to do During a Lockdown or a Lockdown Drill


Some Additional Lockdown Tips:


Simulations


Reporting Emergencies


Chapter 16: Teaching Assistants, Student Teachers, and Non-Classroom Activities


Non-Classroom Activities


Teaching Assistants and Teacher Aids


Student Teachers


Chapter 17: The Effective Teacher


A Reminder about Learning Styles


Attributes of an Effective Teacher


Classroom management


Instruction


Self-Improvement


Chapter 18: Do’s and Don’ts


Do’s


General


Instruction


Materials


Classroom Management


Safety and Emergencies


Professional Development and Growth


Availability


Don’ts


General


Personal Control


Professionalism


Instruction


Classroom Management


Health and Safety


Professional Development and Growth





Part IV. The Future


Chapter 19: Your Future


Trying Other Grades


Second Nature


Getting Called Back to a School or District


Long-Term Assignments


Full-Time, Permanent Teaching Positions


A Final Note





Part V. Some Notes for Trainers


Chapter 20: Some Notes for Trainers of Substitute Teachers


Goal and Training Objectives


Goal


Training Objectives


About Trainees


Assorted Backgrounds


Learning Styles


Bring Out the Strengths


Getting Started


Ice Breaker: Trainee Introductions


Staying Up-to-Date


Training by Example


Some Training Tips


Before the Training Session


During the Training Session


At the End of the Training Session


After the Training Session


Assessment and Evaluation


“Pop Quiz”





Appendix A: Filler Activities


Appendix B: Resources


Appendix C: Sample End of the Day Letter for the Regular Teacher


Appendix D: Sample Ground Rules for Group Activities and Exercises


Appendix E: Sample Lesson Plan


Appendix F: Sub Pack


Appendix G: What to Take with You Checklist


Appendix H: End of the Day Checklist

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