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We all have times when we need to take a sick day at the last minute. When those moments occur, it is nice to have a sub tub on hand to ease our minds. But sometimes we know ahead of time that we’ll be out. In those cases, I’m a fan of flipping my sub plans.
Flipping your sub plans allows you to return to school without missing a beat. Students love that they can continue working on their projects and subs love that they don’t have to stress about teaching something new.
If you have some pre-planned absences coming up, I encourage you to watch the video and see just how easy it is to flip your plans!
How do you handle pre-planned absences when it comes to sub plans?
What are your tips and tricks for helping other art teachers flip their sub plans?
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