I have never been an occasional teacher. It's kind of my ultimate nightmare... the nerves all teachers get before the first day of school - EVERY - SINGLE - DAY! I doubt I could do it, and kudos to those of you who do!
I have some ideas about what a good substitute lesson plan is compared to something that will make the day go horribly wrong. Some things, I learned from experience the hard way, and other things are just my gut feeling.
I'd love to hear from those of you who have been a supply teacher in an FSL classroom. What are the best types of lessons for the teacher to leave behind, in YOUR opinion?
(P.S. I do intend to follow up this post in a couple of weeks with some suggestions of my own.)