If you are a sub and not getting as much work as you’d like, come check out my tips for landing sub jobs. I’ve got 6 tips that can help you land more substitute teaching jobs.
I find that getting jobs has the most to do with knowing and impressing the right people.
Doing those things has not only put me in demand as a daily sub, but has also offered me the opportunities of many long-term substitute jobs as well.
- making contacts
- using social media
- making a good impression
- going the extra mile
- marketing yourself
- being creative
There is a free Daily Summary Form that is perfect for making a good impression and I’ve also got some cool links to marketing tools.
If you are a sub with plenty of work, share additional strategies you use with us.
And if you are a full-time teacher, please offer suggestions for what you look for in a sub and why you would call someone back multiple times.
– Originally posted on Teaching Blog Addict
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I am a former journalist who changed careers and became an elementary teacher. I have spent the last four years substituting. Many students know me as "the baby teacher" since I tend to do long-term jobs for teachers on maternity leave.
My quest is to land in a classroom of my own, but until then I plan to be the best sub I can be... and help others do the same.