Organize your substitute teacher instructions in a thorough, detailed and professional manner. This is sure to promote classroom order during your absence. Use forms such as: welcome note, location of important items and information, school timetable, daily schedule and classroom routines, emergency procedures, school and classroom discipline policy, seating charts, special needs student information, class list, student background information, bus students list, daily lesson plans, incident report forms, student anecdotal charts, end of the day feedback and more... Develop clear instructions only once and then use them over and over again! The only updating to be done is that of the daily lesson plan. You can write or type your instructions directly onto each form as there are 2 versions to choose from. Administrators appreciate seeing substitute teacher instructions that promote order in the classroom.
By: Stevan Krajnjan
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