http://organized-chaos-teaching.blogspot.com/2012/02/sub-binders.html (this one I liked the best)
I've used it twice so far and I think it may have overwhelmed one sub but the other one loved having all the information organized for her. So I think I'll keep it at least a little while longer. (Sorry the pictures are sideways! When I open them up to rotate, they are right-side-up and I don't know how to rotate in this blog. If you know, please leave a comment and let me know how!) I put pictures of some of the pages but all of my sections are listed in the table of contents.
Cover of 3-ring binder
Table of Contents
2. Schedule/school map
3. Lesson Plans (not prepared ahead of time, only use this section if I know I'll be absent)
4. Emergency Lesson Plans (pre-planned lessons so if I suddenly get ill or have to leave, I don't have to worry about lesson plans because I already wrote them down!
5. Classroom Management
6. Class lists
7. Seating Charts (I need to be better about updating this.)
8. Emergency Procedures
9. Student Information (IEPs at a glance)10. Notes for me!
Talks about what my job looks like, thanks the sub for coming, etc.
Notes for Me
A place for the sub to leave notes about what went well and what didn't, and who helped or distracted.
What do you do for your sub binder? Do you use one? Should I change anything about mine?