Just curious how other subs work with ST in the classroom. Normally I am great with them doing their thing since they know the class and the routine better then I do. I think often enough the ST is excited to have the opportunity to kind of run things for the day without the CT or an observer from the university. Then I have times where I have ST like the one I had this week. She was out of the room as much as she was in it. When she was in the room she was constantly trying to undermine what I was doing despite what the teachers notes said regarding things like the schedule and administrating lessons. She's worse then the students that say; "that's not how miss so-and-so does it," constantly. Well, I took a three day assignment with this one classroom. Thursday was rough, not for me but for the ST. By the end of the day she had managed to write just about every kids name on the board, which I had to put in a note for the teacher. One kid ended up with a conduct (4 conducts = suspension). Second day was better since the ST was out of the room about all but an hour and a half of the day. Still, when she was in the room names just flew on to the board. The reason so many names go up is because she doesn't follow through with what she does, name on the board is a warning, a check is last warning, two checks is where thing start to happen... she never actually makes it to two checks for any kids and they know this by now. So I talked with the teacher who happens to also have me as a preferred sub. I think she was worried I would not come back. She told me that Monday should be a lot better since the ST will no longer be in the class. She also told me that the ST has a real problem with classroom management. I couldn't agree more. everything that the teacher told me was freely offered as I did not say anything about the ST or not coming back (I love the class, I will always be back).The ST actually came to me after reprimanding a student to tell me that, "if he gets in trouble once it just leads to a bad day all day, so I just leave him alone for the most part". Not me... and guess which kid has not been a problem for me ever since... This ST was just an all around difficult person. She was rude, stand-offish, and undermining. Well, she tells me that she is not looking for a job outside of Michigan, so I guess that we don't have to worry about her in a classroom of her own anytime soon. I guess Monday I have something to prove since I will be on my own with the class. Honestly, I am quite certain it will be a breeze of a day.