When it comes
to substitute teaching, some people think they need to be willing
to teach in any and all classrooms. While this method works for
some people, other people have found that limiting where they
substitute can actually help them to get the most out of the
experience. While there are many different reasons people choose to
only substitute in specific schools or classrooms, there are at
least four reasons you may want to consider limiting where you
If you are substituting in several schooldistricts or in a more rural district, there might be a considerable difference in how far you have to travel to substitute in one school versus another. For some people, traveling the extra distance is not worth it, especially if the pay is the same for a school that is a show more content
Even those without teaching degrees sometimes only want to substitute in specific areas. Some people are most comfortable with elementary school children. Others enjoy working in middle schools and high schools. For some people, while they will substitute teach in any grade level, they are not comfortable teaching specific subjects.
Perhaps one of the best reasons to limit where you substitute teach is that you can form better relationships if you are only substituting in a limited number of places. You can come to know the students as well as the teachers and staff better at a specific school or at specific schools. This can be especially beneficial if you hope to get a full-time job in education.
Of course, it is a good idea to figure out how many substitute teaching opportunities you will get before you limit yourself too much. If you are just starting out, you may want to be willing to substitute in all or at least most of the classrooms. As you build your reputation, you can likely better pinpoint where you do and do not want to continue
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