I didn't get approved to be a sub until April 1 of this year. I've literally only done it once, though I've committed to the rest of this week and some days in the near future. I want to go ahead and update my resume, but I think it looks kinda silly. Can I state that I was a sub during this school year or should I list the actual time served?
Substitute Teacher, A School District 2012-2013 school year
Substitute Teacher, A School District April 2013 to present
Everything else is formatted month/year. I actually got hired at the end of January, and got my sub permit in February. I should have started subbing in March, but the woman at the sub desk screwed up and I wasn't able to be approved in the March board meeting.
I'll just wait until I start my summer job, then I'll add them both. It's only 6 weeks.
I don't think it looks silly. I finished student teaching on the 19th and started subbing on the 25th, with jobs scheduled randomly in May. I added it to my resume, with the month/year format, stating that I have experience subbing K-12 in a variety of content areas (which is already true from my first 2 jobs.)