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Successful substitute teaching

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  • In addition to participation in strengthening the field to make us more efficient subs, I do believe your organization might also be concerned with the health and financial welfare of substitute teachers. As you know, there is no Union currently in place for substitute teachers; therefore, these amazing men and women, who have major responsibilities like anyone else, are paid only what has been predetermined as “district” payment rate for services rendered. Recently I co-wrote a book with financial expert V.L. Trent, titled: If You Want a Larger Piece of the Pie You Have to Take a Bigger Bite. The title can be found on Amazon under books and Kindle reads. I co-wrote the book after recommendations from friends, who are also substitute teachers like me. After reading the book many teachers felt hopeful and encouraged they could continue to mold young minds without fear of financial scarcity where there is not enough money available from the job to do what needs to be done. As you know lack of spending power is costly both inside and outside the classroom; teachers who are scarcely paid cannot perform at their best. And why can’t substitute teaching be a viable career option? Why should substitutes have to look for additional jobs outside the home away from family while giving back to the field of education? Substitute teachers need alternatives to keep pace with the ever-increasing cost of living, savings for emergencies, etc. because insufficient funds impact every facet of life in a big way. Maybe you will find the book useful as a catalyst for any substitute teacher that loves his or her role, but is having trouble making ends meet or who wants more from this great profession! Please contact me for additional information about getting this useful financial tool out to your readers. Sincerely!
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Successful substitute teaching

  1. 1. Welcome to Substitute Teaching<br />Jefferson County Public Schools<br />Angela B. Moore<br />
  2. 2. You Are JCPS!<br />
  3. 3. Admit Slip<br />Describe your greatest concern about substitute teaching.<br />
  4. 4. Learning Target for this Training Session<br />At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to identify tips for successful substitute teaching and use existing and newly created resources available to substitute teachers in the district.<br /><ul><li>JCPS Substitute Teachers’ Blog
  5. 5. JCPS Substitute Teachers’ Twitter Feed
  6. 6. Online Video Tutorials</li></li></ul><li>Be Smart – Use SmartFindExpress.<br />Online system for tracking your job assignments.<br />Check SmartFindExpress for general announcements and upcoming jobs.<br />https://subcenter.jefferson.k12.ky.us/logOnInitAction.do<br />
  7. 7. Tips for Success<br />Arrive early. JCPS requires you to be at your assigned school fifteen minutes prior to school start time and fifteen minutes after dismissal.<br />Dress for Success. Students and adults respond positively to professional appearance.<br />Follow the teacher’s lesson plan as provided for you.<br />Engage students in meaningful instruction and initiate the lesson as soon as class begins.<br />Excerpt above from page 7 of the JCPS Certified Substitute Teacher’s Handbook<br />
  8. 8. Classroom Management<br />From the Jefferson County Public Schools’ CertifiedSubstitute Teacher Handbook, page 17<br />http://web2.jefferson.k12.ky.us/ccg/jcpsform/SubTeacherHandbook.pdf<br />
  9. 9. Classroom management<br />From the<br />Jefferson County Public Schools’ Substitute Teacher Handbook, page 17<br />http://web2.jefferson.k12.ky.us/ccg/jcpsform/SubTeacherHandbook.pdf<br />
  10. 10. You are not alone! Read our blog.<br />JCPS Substitute Teachers’ Blog<br />How do I get acquainted with SmartFindExpress?<br />What should I do when I arrive at my assigned school?<br />What should I do in my assigned classroom before school begins?<br />What should I do throughout the day?<br />What should I do at the end of the day?<br />http://jcpssubs.wordpress.com/<br />
  11. 11. Stay connected with JCPS.<br />Follow us on Twitter for updates to the JCPS Substitute Teachers’ Blog as well as general updates. <br />http://twitter.com/jcpssubs<br />
  12. 12. Online Video Tutorials<br />Job-Embedded Professional Development at your fingertips<br />Today’s Training<br />How to Use SmartFindExpress<br />Accessing your JCPS Employee account<br />http://www.screencast.com/t/NzViYjIxMzg<br />
  13. 13. We Won’t Stop Until… we are the best substitutes in the country!<br />
  14. 14. Resources<br />SmartFindExpress<br />https://subcenter.jefferson.k12.ky.us/logOnInitAction.do<br />JCPS Employee Information for Substitute Teachers<br />http://www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/Employee/Substitutes.html<br />JCPS Certified Substitute Teachers’ Handbook<br />http://web2.jefferson.k12.ky.us/ccg/jcpsform/SubTeacherHandbook.pdf<br />Resource Teacher – Human Resources Contact – Angela Moore<br /> Email: angela.moore@jefferson.kyschools.us Phone: (502)485-3012<br />JCPS Substitute Teachers’ Blog<br />http://jcpssubs.wordpress.com<br />JCPS Substitute Teachers’ Twitter<br />http://twitter.com/jcpssubs<br />Link to this PowerPoint Presentation<br /> http://www.slideshare.net/jcpssubs/successful-substitute-teaching<br />Online videotutorial<br />http://www.screencast.com/t/NzViYjIxMzg<br />
  15. 15. Exit Slip<br />Circle the topic that most interests you for the JCPS Substitute Teachers’ Blog.<br />

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