Temporary Educators/Teachers

Temporary teachers, have a vital role in keeping classrooms running smoothly when the regular teacher is unavailable. 

OpenStaff can be a valuable tool in your search for educators in a few ways:

Matching Skills and Needs:

  • OpenStaff can analyze job descriptions and candidate profiles to find the best fit based on skills, experience, and preferences. This can save you time sifting through resumes and applications.

Targeted Advertising:

  • OpenStaff can help target your job postings to the right audience. By analyzing your specific needs, OpenStaff can display your job posting to hospitality workers actively seeking temporary positions.

Pre-screening Candidates:

  • OpenStaff can pre-screen potential candidates, saving you time and ensuring they meet the minimum requirements before you invest time and resources.
  • OpenStaff specializes in temporary positions and can connect you with a pre-vetted pool of Hospitality candidates.

Your on-demand OpenStaff directory of Educators/Teachers can vary depending on their specific training and certifications, but here’s a general overview of some common responsibilities:

Instructional Duties:

  • Following Lesson Plans: The primary responsibility is to follow the lesson plans left behind by the regular teacher.This involves explaining concepts, leading discussions, and assigning homework according to the plan.
  • Adaptability: If no lesson plans are available, temporary teachers may need to create their own basic lessons or engage students in educational activities relevant to the subject matter.
  • Assessment: Sometimes, temporary teachers may be required to administer quizzes or collect assignments as outlined in the lesson plan.

Classroom Management:

  • Maintaining Order: Temporary teachers need to establish and maintain a positive and orderly classroom environment to facilitate learning. This involves classroom management skills to ensure students are on task and behave respectfully.
  • Safety: Creating a safe and secure learning environment is paramount. Temporary teachers need to be familiar with school safety procedures and supervise students appropriately.

Communication and Reporting:

  • Following School Procedures: Familiarizing themselves with the school’s policies and procedures is essential.This might involve attendance protocols, fire drills, and disciplinary actions.
  • Communication with Students: Temporary teachers should clearly communicate expectations and instructions to students.
  • Reporting to Regular Teacher: Leaving a detailed report for the regular teacher is often a requirement. This might include information about completed lessons, any student behavior issues, and upcoming assignments.

Additional Considerations:

  • Flexibility: Temporary teaching often requires working on short notice and adapting to different grade levels and subjects.
  • Positive Attitude: A positive and enthusiastic demeanor can go a long way in engaging students and ensuring a productive learning environment, even for a short period.

Overall, temporary teachers play a crucial role in maintaining continuity of learning when a regular teacher is absent. They fulfill vital instructional and classroom management duties, ensuring a smooth learning experience for students even amidst temporary changes.

Contact OpenStaff to get your Educators/Teachers available on-demand.