Yay for Saturday! and yay for spring break! I'm so excited to be hanging out today at my Alma Mater (Howard Payne University - sting 'em!) where I received my BA in Elementary Education.
Right after I graduated in December, I started substitute teaching for about a month before I was hired as an instructional aide. Subbing can be tough! Managing a classroom of kids when you don't even know their names? TOUGH. It can also be a lot of fun, especially when you're prepared and go into the day with a great attitude.
Today I wanted to share an infographic on "The Prepared Substitute Teacher" to give you some tips on making it a great day. (Full post expounding on the infographic coming soon!)
Of course, this isn't an exhaustive list of items needed to rock your time as a substitute teacher, but it's a great place to start!
Can you think of any great tips for subs? I'd love to hear!
Recent graduate + Wife
+ Kindergarten teacher
+ Coffee lover + Artist
I'm a twenty-something trying to figure out this adult thing and using my spare time to run an art shop on Etsy and write a blog about life, art, education, and travel.