I applied for a Substitute Teacher job, but is not a daily basis income.
How much I need to be considered a dependent?
I applied for a job and I will be getting it if everything goes good. Well, my parents think it is a teaching assistant job and I am afraid they will kick me out if they find out. So what are some reasons I can tell them to make them believe that the school wants me to be a substitute teacher for a while until I can get teacher's assistant? Please help me.
I am interested in being a substitute teacher part time I am in my second year of college, I know in the state of CA you don't need a bachelors does the same apply in ny? What is the application process?
I am currently a substitute teacher for a district and don't understand how the politics work. I mean, I complete everything according to sub plans. I am friendly and smile and stuff. I even help students with assignments. What gives? I would like a steady gig with a particular school instead of fighting for jobs every week. How can I earn more requests from secretaries?
I have a substitute teacher interview tomorrow and I'm not really sure what to expect. It's only with one person and the secretary said it's more of a "meet and greet" but I don't want to show up and not be prepared for any questions he may have. What kind of questions might I be asked? Should I ask him questions?
I am planning to work as a substitute teacher in Miami and I was wondering how much does a substitute teacher charge per day or hour, is it different if it is elementary, middle school or high school? any ideas?
I have a general associate degree, and I'm looking for jobs, can I be a substitute teacher?
Also, yes I'm continuing my education to get a bachelors, but in the meantime I need to make a living and pay for my education, so can I substitute teach?
I work as a substitute teacher, I am required to drive to different schools every day. Can I deduct my transportation costs as a job related expense?
If an individual was a substitute teacher with a school district and eventually applied for positions within the district, had at least 5 interviews with the district, was never hired but was called to sub again numerous times; is that discrimination?
My friend is a new teacher (right out of college) and has had trouble finding a full time teaching job for elementary school. She is thinking of becoming a substitute teacher but doesn't know if it would pay the bills. Can substitute teachers make as much money as a full time teacher? If not then what else could she do?
I am looking to become a substitute teacher, at least for a while. I live in California. For those who live here too and may know something about it, how often can a substitute teacher get work in one week?
I am looking for substitute jobs and one of the districts is hiring only certified substitutes, and not licensed. I am assuming that the licensed substitutes are people with a teaching license, and certified do not have a teaching license?
I'm thinking of applying to a B. Ed program but one of the things required for it is some sort of experience which can include substitute teaching, so im assuming you dont need a B. Ed for that.
I have an HBA right now and am wondering how i would go about applying to become a substitute teacher in Ontario so that I can have some experience to include in my application when i do finally apply.
When I start working on my Bachelor's degree, I would like to work as a substitute teacher just to make a few dollars on the side. If you could give me an estimate for how much they make, that would be great. If you could, tell me how much they make in the Murfreesboro and/or Tullahoma areas. I love kids and I think that it would be a fun job for me.
I received a class C misdemeanor for public intoxication about 2 1/2 years ago. It was an immature moment in my life that I will always regret. I now want to apply to become a substitute teacher and I am going to school to eventually become a teacher. Will this affect my ability to get a substitute job and eventually a teaching position?
I'm in college and I need a job that is close to my house so I've been thinking of becoming a substitute teacher but I was just wondering what the requirements were in Oklahoma.
I am fresh out of college, and want to be a substitute teacher until I find a more permanent position. I already took and passed the state basic educational skills test so I'm ready to go. I just don't know what I'm supposed to put on my resume. I have a language degree, and I worked at a grocery store for a long time, and also do some work on ebay, but what does that have anything to do with teaching?
I have been doing some research and I am still left a few questions.
What exactly are the responcibilities of a substitute teacher (K-5 if that makes a difference)?
What are the education requirements for a substitute teacher (Duval County FL if that makes a difference)?
How many days per month can you plan on working as a substitute teacher?
Also, can subs work during the Summer at all?
I want to know why substitute teachers don't have any benefits. I work hard the same the teachers doing, but no appropriated, and any time the employer can say we don't need you or cut hours.
I would really love to be a substitute teacher, and I have all of the qualifications, I just don't have the money right now, due to unemployment. If you know of any places that offer assistance with this, I would be so grateful. My sister is also running into this problem. I live in the Florida area, and she lives in Indiana. Thanks in advance.