See substitute teaching tips for high-school classrooms.
The unexpected can strike in even the best-prepared schools, so it’s helpful to have a good mix of tools and tricks ready to go when you start an assignment. Here are a few ideas that can help in challenging classroom environments. Creative a Survival Pack When you head out the door, have a bag packed with essentials for the unexpected. … Read More
A typical day for a substitute teacher can be busy and hectic. There’s a lot to do and a lot to learn, particularly if you’re just starting in a new classroom. Either way, one of the most important things you can do is to write detailed notes for the absent teacher. Here are some helpful tips on how you can … Read More
At Swing Education, we work closely with administrators from our 1,000-plus partner schools to ensure that our substitute teachers deliver the sort of high-quality instruction students need to succeed. Over the years, we’ve gotten plenty of feedback from our partners about what makes our best substitute teachers so successful, and we’ve found that they have a few qualities in common. … Read More
Often as a substitute teacher, you face moments when students are talkative, restless, or rambunctious. The more calm you can bring to your classroom, the better. So, whenever times get tense, you can take a step back and channel some Zen into your classroom. Here’s how. Practice mindfulness. Jon Kabat-Kinn, a famous doctor and pioneer of the mindfulness movement, defines … Read More
Maybe you’ve known it from the minute you walked in the door. Maybe it’s only as you’re wrapping up your first lesson. There’s no denying it, though: this class is hard to handle. Whether they’re spirited fourth graders who won’t sit down or (seemingly) apathetic tenth graders who won’t look up, any classroom can be set on the right course. … Read More
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