Substitutes to be trained in classroom management, teaching methods

08/27/2009 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh school officials have decided to offer more professional development for substitute teachers by training them in classroom management, teaching methods, professionalism and other issues. "I really think it's one of the most difficult jobs in teaching -- to step in and make sense of someone else's [lesson] plan and make a meaningful day for students," a district administrator said.

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