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Old 04-24-2017, 12:16 PM
 
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I was a substitute teacher 10 years ago and am returning to it now after having taken teacher education courses. I have done some student teaching and will complete it after subbing for several months. My plan is to sub K-8. Any advice for someone who has been away from subbing for a decade?


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Well, you should always do that. But be forewarned: a lot has changed in 10 years. Kids now are so conditioned to live their lives on their phones, that any interruption can be problematic.
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I also subbed in the early 2000's and have been subbing in a different state since 2015. Lots of changes. The ease of online Absence Management (Aesop) vs. old style phone calls. Needing to know how to use smartboard, elmo, etc...vs. TV and overhead. Smartphone battles are probably the #1 battle and why I miss the "good ole days." Good luck and use your best judgement and you will do great!
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