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SUBSTITUTES
Reusable Substitute Form

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: Nibley, Utah
Date Submitted: April 15, 2001

As a teacher, I always keep a laminated paper that has the information needed for the substitute while I am away. I then use wet-erase markers on it so that it can be easily removed with water when I return. Some of the items I include on the form are:

· Recess times
· Any special classes students need to attend (music, PE, resource, etc)
· Lessons needed to be taught
· Work that should be completed in each subject area
· Name of a fellow teacher who would be helpful
· Three names of students who are reliable
· Consequences to use
· An area where the substitute can write me a letter back about the day

Note: It's also very helpful to include a map of the seating arrangement. I also include directions for emergencies (i.e. fire drill, etc.)

     
 

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