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Highly Satisfied
Last updated Nov 17 2021
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Substitute Teacher, K-12 Reviews

What is it like working as a Substitute Teacher, K-12?

October 2019
Great opportunities very challenging experiences.
Substitute Teacher, K-12 in Louisville:
Pros: Growth and willing to hire internally if needed to help satisfy roles through employment opportunities
Cons: Understanding new generation
October 2019
Easy job, not a lot of money.
Substitute Teacher, K-12 in Lithia:
Pros: Teaching
Cons: Locations are not usually the best.
January 2020
A Good Work Environment in the Walton County School District.
Substitute Teacher, K-12 in DeFuniak Springs:
Pros: I love being able to choose which days I sign up for and building relationships with the different school administrations. The teachers I work with are hardworking and care about their students education. There is a lot of new and integrated technology in the classrooms. If I need resources or the students need resources, the administration is good about making sure we have what we need.
Cons: I like least the hourly pay rate.
January 2020
It's a great opportunity.
Substitute Teacher, K-12 in Plaquemine:
Pros: Interacting with young minds and seeing how they thrive to succeed
Cons: Not getting paid during breaks
June 2020
I think that this position is very beneficial to a work life balance and raising a family.
Substitute Teacher, K-12 in Haleiwa:
Pros: I like the academic aspect of my job and educating the students in the academic materials.
Cons: I think sometimes I am not equipped for working with certain grade levels.
August 2014
Substitute Teacher, K-12:
Be friendly but firm. Follow the teacher's schedule and plans as well as you can. Show confidence in yourself that you know what you are doing (even when you don't). Check to make sure that you have everything you need before the students arrive.
April 2014
Be Understanding And Have Strong Standards For Students.
Substitute Teacher, K-12:
Have strong convictions and be flexible.

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