Wisconsin school districts are finding it increasingly difficult to hire and retain qualified substitute teachers. In the state of Wisconsin, recent legislation will allow individuals with an Associate degree or higher to become eligible to be a substitute teacher according to Wisconsin PI 34 (Act 59). Individuals interested in becoming a substitute teacher or current substitute teachers interested in growing their skills are encouraged to attend this 2-day training.
Participants will receive a comprehensive introduction to substitute teaching (see topics below), a one-year subscription to Foundations of Effective Substitute Teacher Training - Master Teacher Online Courses, and guidance in obtaining a Three-Year Substitute Teacher License and applying to districts.
July 19-20, 2022
8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
at CESA #11
Both days are required
Pay by Debit/Credit Card, PayPal, or Mail Check to:
Attention: Janelle Paulson
225 Ostermann Drive
Turtle Lake, WI 54889
License application is not included
in the cost of the registration.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHER TRAINING
Training Topics will Include:
Basic district and school policies and procedures
Age appropriate teaching strategies
Discipline, conflict resolution and classroom management techniques
Health and safety issues including handling medical emergencies
Techniques for starting a class
The culture of schools and the profession
Working with lesson plans
Educational technology use
Working with children with special needs, including confidentiality issues
Substitute teacher permit application process