Substitute teachers must be able to gain student respect and use a portfolio of ideas and workable presentations. Successful substitutes get called a second and third time. Understand what is expected of a substitute and how to maximize your value to a school. Learn how to develop a sub notebook, understand classroom management, the latest techniques in developing lesson plans, how to use your own portfolio to assist in teaching, and much more. With information applicable to any U.S. state, this course will provide you with the information you need to be successful at any level in any school and become a valuable asset to any school system.
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Course OutlineUnit 1
The new role of a substitute
- The job and duties of a substitute today
-Classroom management, class rules, and room layout.
-Teaching as a Substitute
-Portfolio lesson plans, standards, your Sub Notebook.
-Existing classroom rules and your own classroom rules
-Dealing with discipline and behavior on your own
-When you need to get assistance
Teaching as a Substitute
-Lesson plans, standards and your Sub Notebook
-Reading, understanding and writing a lesson plan
-Strategies for ESOL and ESE
Developing Your Portfolio
-Lesson Plans for various levels (Elem, Middle and High School) To Core Standards
-Your Sub Notebook and data sheet
Learner OutcomesAt the end of this course you will:
-Know what is expected of a successful substitute teacher
-Gain an understanding of how you can benefit a school as a substitute teacher
-Receive handouts for your portfolio to assist you in substitute teaching at all levels
-Know ESOL and ESE strategies to assist you in teaching all students
-Develop a workable portfolio that will contain, classroom rules, bell ringers, lesson plans and a lesson plan template.
-To provide participants with information regarding the importance and expectations of a substitute teacher today
-To deliver information regarding classroom rules, how to evaluate classroom rules, and examples of rules, infractions and consequences
-To provide information on how to read and write a lesson plan as well as develop portfolio lesson plans
-To address strategies to teach ESE and ESOL students