The school year is officially in full swing, and teachers are back to work doing the things they love. Not to mention, in October we celebrate World Teachers’ Day, where we acknowledge and appreciate all of the achievements of teachers around the world.
Throughout the school year, teachers and students spend a lot of time together interacting, connecting and collaborating in the classroom. These interactions are, of course, part of what makes a classroom such a unique and gratifying place to be. Unfortunately, they also make a classroom a prime location for the flu virus to spread.
Believe it or not, 2019 is here! For many, a new year brings new goals, challenges and resolutions. Teachers are in a unique situation as they are able to influence young minds to start the year off with a positive mindset and excitement for the new semester.
One of the most challenging, and typically overlooked, teaching positions is that of a substitute teacher. These valuable education professionals face situations that differ from a full-time teacher because of the unique circumstances they face each day.