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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


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1. Why would I want to be a substitute teacher?



"I started teaching at 55. It's never too late. I owned gymnastics schools for 30. It was getting to rough on my body so I went back to college at 50. I love teaching children. What a glorious profession!"


pictureJeanne Mitchell
2nd Grade Teacher
Maui - Lana'i City/Island, HI






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