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Substitute Teaching from A to Z

Substitute Teaching from A to Z Author Barbara Pressman
ISBN-10 9780071595704
Release 2007-10-08
Pages 256
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Become the go-to substitute teacher that every school district is searching for. Ask any school administrator: a top-notch substitute teacher is golden, and this book gives you the Midas touch. Substitute Teaching from A to Z is a one-stop resource, whether you’re a full-timer, just breaking in, or starting out as a career educator. Reinforced with true life tales from real substitute teachers and the stories of how they solved their biggest challenges, this book is a comprehensive guide written by a veteran teaching expert who specializes in training subs. You'll learn insider tricks on how to: Show school administrators you have the right stuff for the job Choose the most appropriate grades, subjects, and school districts for you Forge great relationships with everyone you work with Land the best classroom assignments Face a new class with confidence Maintain discipline, work without a lesson plan, and much more



Subbing in the City

Subbing in the City Author Sally Goddard
ISBN-10 9781412015240
Release 2004-01-01
Pages 133
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Substitute teaching is one of the least glamorous areas of the teaching profession. Everyone remembers the day their class made the sub cry or refused to do work the sub assigned, or worse, because the teacher was "just a sub". This book focuses the reader's attention on the problems faced by a substitute teacher in Canadian classrooms. The purpose of this book is threefold. First, it describes some of the difficulties and frustrations which many substitute teachers face on a daily basis. Second, I give brief examples describing the problems, the frustrations and, in some cases, the humour as seen by a real substitute teacher. And third, in a section called, "In a Perfect World", I provide suggestions outlining ways that many of the difficulties described could be alleviated, either by the classroom teacher, the school administration, or by the school board staff.



Substitute Teaching

Substitute Teaching Author Barbara Pronin
ISBN-10 0312774842
Release 1983-11-15
Pages 241
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Describes the qualifications and pay for substitute teaching, offers tips on successful subbing, and tells how to set career goals



Substitute Teacher Plans

Substitute Teacher Plans Author Doug Johnson
ISBN-10 0805065202
Release 2002-08-01
Pages 32
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Miss Huff prepares an unusual list of activities for the substitute teacher who is covering her class when she takes a much needed day off.



High School Substitute Teacher s Guide

High School Substitute Teacher s Guide Author Cherise Kelley
ISBN-10 1479229644
Release 2012-08-01
Pages 260
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"You're a high school substitute? Are you crazy? We were so mean to them!" This is a common reaction when I tell people what I do, but I love substitute teaching at the high school level. I started substitute teaching in 1989, fresh out of college. I was looking for a way to support myself while I was in graduate school. A friend told me, "You have a bachelor's degree, so you can be a substitute teacher." In writing this book, I hope to be as good a friend for you as he was for me. This book explains not only how to get a high school substitute teaching job, but also how to do the job so well that it will be rewarding in and of itself. If you know any college graduates who are unemployed, tell them about this book. It might help them support themselves in the meantime, while they seek employment in their fields. Being an excellent substitute can also open the door to a regular full-time teaching position. Up until the advent of the Internet, most books for substitute teachers consisted largely of worksheets the substitute could photocopy and hand out to students, in the event the regular teacher hadn't left enough work to fill the whole class period. Today, you can instantly find and project one of a million free Internet worksheets. Heck, 99% of today's high school students have phones capable of finding these worksheets. You won't find worksheets in this book. High school students are too smart to do a substitute's ungraded busy work anyway. Today's high school students crave human interaction. I've seen them get more excited about a classroom discussion than about watching a movie. Times have changed, and I have remained a successful high school substitute teacher by embracing the changing times. Give my book a read and let me show you how to be a good high school substitute teacher who enjoys the job.



101 Great Classroom Games

101 Great Classroom Games Author Alexis Ludewig
ISBN-10 9780071594028
Release 2007-07-13
Pages 304
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101 ways to energize any ho-hum day Created by award-winning educators, these easy-to-learn, giggle-as-you-go games are designed to be both fun and educational. These activities in reading, logic, science, measuring, listening, social studies, and math are the perfect complement to your K-5 curriculum. Get the fun and the learning started with games such as: Bug Bite: Players flip over vocabulary word cards and slap the table when a bug card comes up. Whoever slaps first reads all the words and then keeps the card. The child with the most cards wins! Bull's-Eye Feather Math: Children blow feathers around a bull's-eye game board with straws as they sharpen their multiplication skills. Geography Baseball: Players find map locations that are “pitched” to them. The more “hits” they get, the faster they score runs. Fishy Facts: Players snag paper fish with a fishing pole and hook. If they can answer the question on the side of the fish, they score. . . . and many more! BONUS: Games are ranked for noise levels!



The Substitute Teaching Survival Guide Grades 6 12

The Substitute Teaching Survival Guide  Grades 6 12 Author John Dellinger
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105114247401
Release 2005-02-14
Pages 144
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When substitute teachers are assigned to a classroom, they often have no directions, no lessons plans, no information and little hope of success. The Substitute Teaching Survival Guide offers substitute (and regular) teachers of grades 6-12 a welcome resource for planning and implementing a productive day of student learning. The Substitute Teaching Survival Guide is filled with helpful suggestions and tips for maintaining order in the classroom and includes 67 ready-to-use emergency lesson plans for language arts, mathematics, social studies, and science targeted for students in grades 6-12. Written for both the experienced and novice substitute teacher, the book also includes 152 suggestions and a daily outline of activities. The book can also be used by regular classroom teachers and principals who want to plan ahead for classroom absences, or by anyone who has to quickly cover a class.



How to Succeed as a Substitute Teacher

How to Succeed as a Substitute Teacher Author Cicely Anne Rude
ISBN-10 9781412944755
Release 2007-11-13
Pages 134
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Provides advice for substitute teachers on such topics as classroom management, school procedures, permits, networking, and salary.



The Organized Teacher s Guide to Substitute Teaching

The Organized Teacher   s Guide to Substitute Teaching Author Steve Springer
ISBN-10 9780071747493
Release 2012-05-06
Pages 240
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Have no fear, the substitute is here! Be prepared with the confidence and the knowledge for any classroom situation. As a substitute teacher, you have the powers of a superhero. Who else could teach sixth grade math one day and then transform into a sub for the kindergarten gym instructor the next? What other educator bravely goes into work not knowing what subject or grade he or she will teach that day and still manages a smile? But even superheroes need a little help; that is where this book comes in. The Organized Teacher’s Guide to Substitute Teaching is the only guide that gives you the tips and strategies to not only survive a day of strangers but actually create an impact in the classroom. Appropriate for grades kindergarten through six, this bible for substitute teachers will get you through the entire school day, even if the regular teacher did not leave lesson plans! Among hundreds of valuable ideas, The Organized Teacher’s Guide to Substitute Teaching offers: A guide to making your own Substitute Teacher Tool Kit, filled with items you will need throughout your day In-depth information about each grade level so you know what to expect, no matter what class you're assigned Core curriculum activities, writing assignments, and projects specifically targeted to each grade level Sponge activities, games, and fillers designed to help you fill the time until class transitions or before the end of the day Advice on how to keep calm and in control even if students try to test your limits An interactive CD-ROM with ready-to-print templates and worksheets



Classroom Management Guide for Substitute Teachers

Classroom Management Guide for Substitute Teachers Author Bonnie Moon
ISBN-10 147870795X
Release 2013-05-01
Pages 62
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Sometimes it feels as though schools feed their students subs. They give you the keys, attendance folders and possibly worksheets and or textbooks. Well, what about specifics, like what to do if the students take over the room by sitting in the wrong seats, giving you a pseudonym when you try to reprimand them or constantly talking instead of doing work? A KWL chart and or puzzles won't help you control a classroom, but this guide will. It is a step by step instruction manual of what to do when you first walk in the door and how to handle the students when they arrive. The tips in this book will take a lot of stress from your substitute teaching assignment, so you will be smiling at the end of the day and ready to take on the next challenge.



Substitute Teacher Handbook

Substitute Teacher Handbook Author Smith
ISBN-10 0982165730
Release 2016-01-01
Pages
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Is is the 9th Edition of the Substitute Teacher Handbook by STEDI.org



The IEP from A to Z

The IEP from A to Z Author Diane Twachtman-Cullen
ISBN-10 9780470562345
Release 2011-04-26
Pages 204
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"The IEP From A to Z is a step-by-step guide to help educators, parents, and clinicians get the right education plan in place for students with Autism/Asperger's, ADHD, Emotional/Behavioral Disturbance, and related conditions. From autism expert and best-selling author Diane Twachtman-Cullen and noted speech-language pathologist Jennifer Twachtman-Reilly, this book guides readers through the process of writing thoughtful, intelligent Individualized Education Plans that deliver high-quality, need-based educational programming to students with ASDs. The book is split into two Parts. Part I provides a brief overview of special education law and outlines the crucial building blocks of IEP development: Present Levels of Performance (PLPs); Underlying Conditions; Methodology; Criteria for Performance/Prompt Levels; Generalization; Goals/Objectives; Evaluation/Data Collection; and an IEP "potpourri" (Least Restrictive Environment, Accommodations, Modifications). Part II presents a collection of helpful sample IEPs so that readers can see how the specifications outlined in Part I lead to comprehensive, clearly defined IEP goals and objectives. Praise for the 1st edition (titled How Well Does Your IEP Measure Up?) "Finally, an IEP book that focuses on the 'science' of writing clear, understandable and measureable objectives. The authors brilliantly expose the absurdity of public school IEPs and their bizarre, fuzzy wuzzy language!" --Peter W. D. Wright, Esq., co-author of Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and publisher of Wrightslaw.com "Once again, Diane Twachtman-Cullen, with Jennifer Twachtman-Reilly, has come to parents' rescue. This book reflects a true understanding of ASDs and clearly outlines what school districts can--and should--do to meet their obligations to our kids. This is one book no parent should be without. I'll never go to another IEP meeting with my copy!" --Patricia Romanowski Bashe, co-owner of OASIS and co-author, The OASIS Guide to Asperger Syndrome "[The authors] are to be applauded for tackling the difficult and crucial issue of designing effective IEP goals... As the focus on accountability in schools increases, this book will serve as a critical tool for all educator to use in designing appropriate programming for students across the autism spectrum." --Dr. Cathy Pratt, director, Indiana Resource Center for Autism, and board of directors, Autism Society of America."--



Flying Solo

Flying Solo Author Ralph Fletcher
ISBN-10 9780547501758
Release 2008-11-10
Pages 144
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When the substitute for Mr. "Fab" Fabiano never shows up and his sixth-grade students are on their own, they set out to prove that they can run the class by themselves. With a little ingenuity and some careful planning, they might just succeed. But when a fight breaks out between Bastian Fauvell and Rachel White over a classmate, Tommy Feathers, who died six months earlier, everything begins to fall apart. Can Rachel deal with the anxieties that plunged her into silence the day Tommy died? Inventive and uniquely constructed, "Flying Solo" follows Mr. Fab's students hour by hour as they tackle the challenges of an unusual school day.



Susan Winget Lesson Plan Record Book

Susan Winget Lesson Plan   Record Book Author Teacher Created Resources
ISBN-10 9780743932509
Release 2004-02
Pages 156
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Susan Winget Lesson Plan Record Book has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Susan Winget Lesson Plan Record Book also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Susan Winget Lesson Plan Record Book book for free.



Alphabet Adventure

Alphabet Adventure Author Audrey Wood
ISBN-10 043908069X
Release 2001
Pages 40
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On their way to school, the little letters of the alphabet have to rescue little "i" and then find his dot before they can proceed.



The Tyranny of Metrics

The Tyranny of Metrics Author Jerry Z. Muller
ISBN-10 9781400889433
Release 2018-01-23
Pages 240
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How the obsession with quantifying human performance threatens our schools, medical care, businesses, and government Today, organizations of all kinds are ruled by the belief that the path to success is quantifying human performance, publicizing the results, and dividing up the rewards based on the numbers. But in our zeal to instill the evaluation process with scientific rigor, we've gone from measuring performance to fixating on measuring itself. The result is a tyranny of metrics that threatens the quality of our lives and most important institutions. In this timely and powerful book, Jerry Muller uncovers the damage our obsession with metrics is causing--and shows how we can begin to fix the problem. Filled with examples from education, medicine, business and finance, government, the police and military, and philanthropy and foreign aid, this brief and accessible book explains why the seemingly irresistible pressure to quantify performance distorts and distracts, whether by encouraging "gaming the stats" or "teaching to the test." That's because what can and does get measured is not always worth measuring, may not be what we really want to know, and may draw effort away from the things we care about. Along the way, we learn why paying for measured performance doesn't work, why surgical scorecards may increase deaths, and much more. But metrics can be good when used as a complement to—rather than a replacement for—judgment based on personal experience, and Muller also gives examples of when metrics have been beneficial. Complete with a checklist of when and how to use metrics, The Tyranny of Metricsis an essential corrective to a rarely questioned trend that increasingly affects us all.



Watercolor A to Z

Watercolor A to Z Author Grant Fuller
ISBN-10 1581809026
Release 2007-11-14
Pages 192
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Watercolor—easy as A, B, C. This comprehensive, hands-on watercolor workshop features 26 core lessons, from "A" (animals) to "Z" (zeroing in on your artistic style). In between you'll find expert advice on painting an exciting range of popular subjects, including: barns and buildings clouds eagles and other birds flowers glass hills and valleys ice and snow landscapes seascapes boats people and portraits still lifes trees cityscapes and more! Each chapter consists of a series of step-by-step demonstrations, with special focus on key concepts (such as working from reference photos, masking, and using color and contrast) that will help you expand your watercolor repertoire. Individually, each lesson offers a stand-alone, "bite size" art session whenever you have an hour or two to devote to your painting. Together, they present a diverse "sampling" of subjects, ideas and techniques. Perfect for beginning artists just starting to explore as well as experienced artists looking to try something different, Watercolor A-Z is an engaging reference for achieving pleasing effects in watercolor, while keeping things fresh and fun.