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From teacher to Substitute?
Old 07-26-2013, 08:02 PM
 
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After taking a break from teaching for a couple of months I have been job hunting again. I have an interview scheduled Monday for a long term substitute position starting with Inservice and ending October 4th. Has anyone ever done this before? Has anyone gone from being a teacher to substitute?


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Old 07-26-2013, 08:11 PM
 
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I did, but just for a short while. I quit my teaching job and subbed for 3 months.
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Was it long term?
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When we moved here from out of state due to my husband's job I spent the first year subbing. The next year I got a full time contract, and have been teaching ever since. I did like subbing a lot. it was day-to-day. I didn't do any long term jobs. I limited myself to taking only elementary jobs, since that's my credential area, and Iwas hoping to turn the subbing into eventual full-time work. I liked the variety of working at different grade levels. Saw so many different ways of organizing a classroom. (And driving to 14 different schools helped me learn my way around our new city!) I learned a lot that year, and especially, to leave detailed plans for a sub when I need one! That was the worst part for me - going into a room, and finding no plans, or some that were confusing.
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