Graduate Project Title

A Substitute Teacher’s Guide: Helpful Resources and Information to Use in the Classroom

Document Type

Graduate Project

Date of Degree Completion

2012

Degree Name

Master of Education (MEd)

Department

Education

Committee Chair

Lee Plourde

Second Committee Member

Steve Schmitz

Third Committee Member

Terrence McCain

Abstract

Teachers are absent from the classroom more often today than in the past, giving substitute teachers an essential part in the education system. Research shows that substitutes are not always adequately prepared to teach, and are sometimes left with inadequate lesson plans, or none at all (Damle, 2009). When the regular teacher is absent, it is beneficial to have a guide with strategies and activities to utilize if needed. This project contains a guide for substitutes to use for students in kindergarten through fifth grade, which includes valuable teaching techniques, first aid tips, and individualized educational activities geared towards each individual grade. The effects that absent teachers have on students are also discussed.

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