How Not to Leave Your Class for a Guest Teacher should be on the required reading list on every teacher education programs in all colleges and universities. Students would not miss any valuable instructional time if Dr. Armstrong's book was mandated by all school districts as an instructional guide for teachers and substitute/guest teachers. I currently reference this book to all of the teachers that I supervise.
Anthony Marentic Assistant Principal Doctoral Candidate (Curriculum and Instruction)
From Chicago, IL Yes, I read this book cover to cover. It was informative, easy to read, with a little humor. I liked how the author used her on personal examples. This is a great book to have handy when subbing or leaving plans for a substitute.