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Preparing to Be Sick
Assembling a Sub Tub 2:58
Preparing a Binder 4:55
Finding an Advocate 3:15
Resources to Help with Planning
Creating a Tabbed Folder 4:29
Creating a Sub Report 2:52
Choosing Sub Activities
Concepts to Consider 3:45
No-Fail Sub Activities 5:12
Choosing Sub Lessons
Concepts to Consider 2:56
Examples of No-Fail Sub Lessons 9:43
Following Up When Back at School
Using and Reviewing a Sub Report 3:04
Preferred Substitute Contacts 1:47
Updating the Sub Tub 0:45
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
3 PD Hours
1 Learn how to create a sub binder and Sub Tub to set your subs up for success.
2 Discover new activities and lesson ideas to keep your students engaged while you’re away.
3 Explore how to partner with your colleagues at school to ensure your classroom runs smoothly without you.
Preparing for a sub is no easy feat. Sometimes, we’d rather go to school sick than trust our art room and students to someone else. But it doesn’t have to be this way! Learn exactly what you need to do to set any sub up for success. Walk away with the ability to create a comprehensive Sub Tub for your classroom, complete with specific activities and lessons. Empower yourself to get the rest you deserve, all while leaving your students in great hands!
1. Curriculum Design
C. Develops appropriate learning targets/goals
D. Demonstrates thorough background knowledge and command of the subject matter/content
2. Curriculum Approaches
A. Integrates knowledge of a variety of approaches when planning content
B. Selects printed and digital instructional resources for classroom use
13. Professional Practice
B. Contributes to the school culture
C. Partners with other professional educators
14. Professional Learning
C. Values sharing learning with others
PRO Content Lead at AOEU, Elementary Art Teacher, and PRO Facilitator
Lindsey Moss is an elementary art teacher in Yorkville, Illinois. She enjoys art history and finding creative and artistic solutions to educational challenges.