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Author and Doctorate of Educational Leadership, Dr. Nicole Armstrong wrote a new book on how to prepare a class for a substitute teacher. Dr. Nicole Armstrong, a substitute teacher or as she prefers to be called a “guest teacher”, has experienced more than seven years of guest teaching in two states and seven different school districts. Dr. Armstrong writes, in her own sarcastic way, these suggested instructions as a contribution that will benefit schools, administrators, certified teachers, and other guest teachers.

How To Leave Your Class for a Guest Teacher by Dr. Nicole Armstrong is the only guide that explains what resources are valuable to substitute teachers from a substitute teachers perspective. Principals, vice principals, teachers, and school staff learn which resources are needed when teachers are out of class to ensure students receive continuous classroom instruction. Substitute teachers will learn tips on what to do if these resources are not available.

“Students oftentimes miss out on a day or more of class instruction because a guest teacher does not have the proper resources,” says Dr. Armstrong of her book. “How to Leave Your Class for a Guest Teacher, discusses a much more effective way for students to continue learning in their teacher’s absence by explaining the necessary tools to be productive as well as the reasons these tools are needed.

Dr. Nicole Armstrong’s has a Doctorate in Educational Leadership as well as over 7 years guest teaching in seven different school districts. How to Leave Your Class for a Guest Teacher is her first book.

How to Leave Your Class for a Guest Teacher is available as an e-book on Amazon and in Kindle format on Amazon. For more information, contact Dr. Armstrong at nicole(at)shesadoctor.com.

For more information about Dr. Armstrong’s book, please visit, http://www.shesadoctor.com.

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