|I keep my sub binder on the chalkboard near my desk so it's visible in case of an emergency. My kids also know where it is. When I know I'm prepping my room for a sub, I put it on my desk.|
|I recently made my binder nice and colorful.|
|My intro is just a welcome with basic information such as which teachers can help with lessons, and which students are helpful. After that starts my daily procedures.|
|My Daily Procedures section is several pages long. I want to make sure that the information is there in case they need it. But I think with the font size, spacing, and sub-headings, it's not too overwhelming.|
|My Classroom Management page explain my attention signal, rewards, and consequences. I also have a quick run-down of the daily schedule.|
|Emergency procedures for fire drills, etc.|
|I include a list of which students are pulled on each day (for academic support, speech, etc), as well as a map of the school. On the map I highlighted important room, and drew arrows showing how to get inside the building from our portables.|
|In rare circumstances, I may be so sick I am unable to get to my classroom to prepare for a sub. Though it is unlikely to happen, and I haven't ever had to use it, I have emergency plans laid out just in case.|
|At the back of the binder I have time fillers such as word searches just in case my class finishes their work early.|
I also have a form that I leave for the subs where they can leave notes for me and tell me about their day.
This is a link to get to my sub binder word document. As with the sub plan template, I took out some identifying information for privacy's sake, which is marked in red.
Yup, I'm proud. :)