Substitute Support Staff
While there’s a heavy focus on hiring permanent school staff, it’s equally important to screen substitute teachers and ensure you’re hiring the best possible candidates. Substitute teachers can greatly affect student (and parent) behavior. They can spend days, weeks or even months teaching and interacting with students. They can mean the difference between education stalling or continuing uninterrupted in a teacher’s absence.
In a world that is constantly on the go, it’s a wonder anyone can find time for more than just work, especially when you’re in charge of running an entire school. You probably think that unless you sleep in your office and forego any social interaction for the next millennium, you’ll never get everything done.
You want the best of the best, and who can blame you? Finding the right fit for your school and classroom is not something you can take chances on. Even though substitute teachers are only temporary, they’re just as important as your full-time teachers. If you’re in search of the right people for the job, we’re sharing tips on how to acquire (and keep) the best substitute teachers out there.
It takes a lot of people to run a school, and occasionally, those people need a day off. Everyone has heard of a substitute teacher, but did you know that schools have many different types of sub positions available? In some cases, it is imperative that schools fill these vital positions, so there may be more work available at your local school than you thought. That’s where you come in.