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Substitute teacher Training program. Indiana Association of School Principals July 2009 Dr. Al Long. Training Overview. General Introduction H.D.A. Needs for success Learning styles School Expectations Substitute Expectations Legal Issues

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Substitute teacher

Training program

Indiana Association of

School Principals

July 2009

Dr. Al Long

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Training Overview

  • General Introduction
  • H.D.A.
  • Needs for success
  • Learning styles
  • School Expectations
  • Substitute Expectations
  • Legal Issues
  • Day in the life of the Substitute
  • Role Play
  • Proven Strategies
  • Q & A/ Paperwork
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General Introduction

  • State Requirements
  • Importance of Substitute Teacher
  • Local Requirements
  • Pay Structure
  • Hiring Procedures
  • Corporation Information
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Facts

Students will spend one year of their education with substitute teacher in front of them.

Student’s attendance percentage will always be better than the teachers who serve them.

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General Introduction

  • State Requirements
  • Importance of Substitute Teacher
  • Local Requirements
  • Pay Structure
  • Hiring Procedures
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Hda

Activity

A & B

Exercise

four factors critical to success

Four Factors Critical to Success

Information

Intelligence

Skill

Attitude

Harvard Business school study concluded that 93% of success was based on “Attitude”

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Learning styles

Visual

Auditory

Kinesthetic /Tactile

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School Expectations

Of Substitute

  • Professional in all aspects
  • Acceptance of positions
  • Following prescribed procedures
  • Arrive on time
  • Actually provide instruction
  • Maintain orderly classroom
  • Communicate any problems
  • Complete evaluations if requested
  • Provide feedback to staff member
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Sample Substitute Requirements

To obtain certificate:

Completed application

High School Diploma

Attend Training Session

Two Days Observation

Five (5) References (criminal records check)

After Assignment:

Evaluations

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Substitute Expectations

Of school

  • Detailed lesson plans from teacher
  • Seating charts
  • Schedule for the day
  • Special events
  • Individual student needs
  • Emergency procedures
  • Contact person
  • Treated as professional
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Legal Issues

  • Drug Abuse
  • Child Abuse
  • Liability
  • Weapons
  • All School Discipline Codes
  • “In loco parentis”
  • Reasonable and prudent
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Day in the life

Of a substitute

  • Receive Invitation to Teach
  • Check In
  • Information Sheets
  • Identify Key Students
  • Familiarize with Building
  • Bookkeeping Procedures
  • Special Duties
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Proven Strategies

  • Have a “canned lesson plan”
  • Prepare “sub kit”
  • Set expectations
  • Be informed
  • Sub as often as possible
  • Be yourself
  • Error on side of conservative
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Sub kit

  • Watch
  • Whistle
  • Aspirin
  • Pencil
  • Pens
  • Paper
  • “Canned” Lesson Plan
  • Treats/Rewards
  • Discipline Guides
  • Emergency Numbers
  • Building Maps
  • Schedules
  • Student Handbook
  • Staff Handbook

Your Ideas!!!

Your Attitude!!!

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Role Play

  • Ask for volunteer to be the substitute for the day.
  • Select “students” and identify the grade level.
  • Suggest that you use a maximum of five “students”.
  • Go through the day in the life information and assume they have done all the steps you have identified.
  • Have students do the following;
  • Have student (1) tell the teacher they have to go to the library to take a test.
  • Student (2) gets ill and needs to go to the nurse.
  • Make sure you encourage the sub to set out expectations and objectives for the class at the beginning.
  • Have other students ”ad lib”
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Proven Strategies

  • Show value to staff and subs by adequately educating and training both in how to utilize and maximize resources.
  • Use same sub staff as much as possible so students become familiar with them.
  • Include subs in professional development activities, especially staff orientation day.
  • Consider using different terminology other than “substitute teacher”..ie, adjunct faculty.
  • Assess success and needs from both staff and subs.
  • Personally visit each sub on several occasions, but especially at the beginning of their first assignment.
q and a
Q and A

Q and A