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Substitute Teaching - Tricks of the Trade

By Mr. Sturgeon
A complete description of the good, bad, and the ugly of Substitute Teaching. From the Book, SUBSTITUTE TEACHING, -Tricks of the Trade-, this homepage describes what a Substitute Teacher does, and why some choose this type of work. Learn some of the advantages of being a substitute teacher and a typical day.


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Curriculum Areas:Professional Development
Themes/Keywords: substitute
teaching


Essential Question(s)
1. Why would I want to be a substitute teacher?



"My eCoach provides me with lots of great tools which I can use as part of my new teacher training program. Information can be found all in one place and accessed from anywhere! Using our Team Page, I quickly post program updates. With the Universal Builder, I've created a web site for everyone's common questions. I've learned a great deal about my teachers and their practice through our Forum, and my teachers have been able to network and share their terrific teaching ideas. My team coaches and I are able to provide timely feedback for our new teachers' learning plans--no more NCR forms!

My eCoach provides increased opportunities for communication, quick access to customized online resources, and the ability to collect program data and improve accountability."


pictureShirley Clem
BTSA Induction/New Teacher Support Coordinator
Alameda Unified School District - Alameda, CA






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