A student points their finger at you and says “You’re a substitute teacher, I don’t have to listen to you!” Or . . .
Did you know that 10-15% of school aged children have a learning disability1? There are a lot of misconceptions about Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD). SLD is not a limitation in intelligence
Special Education can be one of the most rewarding places to work. You get to watch students learn new techniques, skills and behaviors and get the chance to really build positive connections with
If you have worked in both regular education positions and special education positions, it is not hard to see that behavior looks and is managed very differently. We hear quite frequently that som
In the next couple of C.M.
In our last Substitute Forum for the year, we focused on motivators, icebreakers, filler activities and other things that we could do to engage students in the lesson. As a substitute teacher or p
Natural disasters are one of the most devastating and unpredictable challenges that we face as human beings.
Boating, barbecuing, fireworks, and outrageous displays of patriotism have all become essential components of the Fourth of July celebrations most of us are accustomed to.
Last week, in celebration of National Substiute Appreciation week, we asked all of our schools and centers to let us know about any outstanding substitutes they've crossed paths with this year
It's the middle of the work week, and I don't know about you guys, but I'm always ready for a boost by this point to help me power through to Friday.
STEDI Educational Services, a partner of Teachers On Call offers training materials and resources geared toward the professional development of substitutes. With National Substitute Appreciation We
With the final month of the school year rapidly approaching (where did the time go?), we are well aware that the moviation to ride it out to the end may be in short supply.