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Old 09-20-2009, 07:18 AM
 
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Are para pros supposed to have a detailed sub folder in case they are absent and need a sub to take their place?

Funny, when I sub for regular teachers, they always leave me detailed instructions inside the folder: what happens at what time, what my specific duties are that day, who to look out for, etc.

This para left nothing in her folder for me, and I was clueless. The other teachers had to guess as to where I should be and what I should be doing.

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In our dist. sub plans are required. When we get somehwere and do not have plans we are to notify the office. WE are not expected to work w/o plans. I usually search the room for them, then ask a neighboring teacher and then go to the office to get my assign if one isn't left for me. That is what I would do if that happens again. We don't sub for paras in my dist.
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Old 09-21-2009, 05:03 AM
 
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Ok thanks!

Interesting there's no subbing for paras there.

Yeah I was lost as a ball in high weeds for a few days.
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Old 09-26-2009, 08:29 AM
 
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I sub for paras in one district and am a guest teacher in three districts. I find some paras very hard to sub for because each para job is as unique as the students they serve, and they are not required to have sub plans. - and they are even respected less than guest teachers!
Now I just para sub where there is a vacancy and usually just in the beginning of the year while I wait for guest teacher jobs to start.
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Old 09-30-2009, 10:10 AM
 
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Thank you -- that is helpful information. :-)


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no subs for paras in my district either.
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the educational assisstant was asked to write down the procedures and startegies that she was using with the students, in case she was sick. I think that this was mostly because in Kindergarten it is hard to tell a sub EA what all the issues are with the 3 kids they have to care for every day when you are looking after 20 other children. It is much easier to say welcome to our class here is what your up agaisnt I will jump in if you neeed help.
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