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How do I get a job as a substitute teacher with barely any experience?

Dec 3, 2015 12:14am

I am a recent university graduate, and I am looking for a job as a substitute teacher. I am actually in the process of becoming a certified teacher, but I do not start those courses until next fall. I would like to know how I should present myself to potential employers. I know that to be a great sub I need to teach the classes that I am assigned.

  • English Language Arts / Math / Physical Education / Science / Social Studies / Technology
  • K-12
  • Assessment / Behavior / Class Culture / Coaching / Common Core / Differentiation / Digital Literacy / Engagement / New Teachers / Special Education
  • Student Collaboration / Teacher Collaboration

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    • Feb 4, 2016 10:25am

      Go to the school district and complete an application.Follow up with the building secretary to find out when you will hear if the Board of Education approved you as a substitute for their district. Do not limit your choices.

      • Feb 4, 2016 10:26am

        Many, but not all school districts hire subs who are not certified. Sub salaries can vary based on certification or lack thereof.

        • Nov 8, 2016 8:39pm

          go to what school you would like to be an substitute at then find out the courses then study them then to present your sellf to other employers you need to get to comunicate with an specific employer or practice till that time comes