I'm in need of some new teacher advice... I'm graduating in a couple weeks (woohoo!) and I was planning on subbing right away in order to get my name out there in a few different districts that I am interested in. This was my plan, and as I was preparing for the adventures of subbing I got offered a long term sub position in a kindergarten classroom right next door to my mentor teacher's second grade classroom. She is going to be on maternity leave for three months, so that would not leave me much time before or after to sub in the other districts I am interested in. I like the school where I am at, and there are some amazing things about the district, but I still think that couple other districts out there might be a better fit for me. However, this long term sub position would be great because I'd be familiar with the school and staff, my mentor teacher would be right next door, I would have a full time assistant, I'd get paid more because it's long term, and I'd get experience almost what it is like to be a teacher before I get my own classroom. I think a long term sub position would look good on a resume right? How does that compare to regular subbing? I really would like to look around at the other districts, and I'm not sure which way to go. I don't want to hinder myself by staying in one classroom most of the semester, but I think it would also be a great experience. Advice?