Sure there are the questions you would get at any interview and these need to be nailed just as expertly but what about questions like
Describe your classroom management philosophy.
What kinds of consequences are appropriate for misbehaviour in your classroom?
How do you use positive re-enforcement in your classroom?
What would you do if the entire class began dropping pencils on the floor at the same time?
Do you keep a plan book? What does it look like?
Why will students respect you?
How would you implement differentiated instruction
How can you ensure you're meeting the needs of a special education student?
If you had a student who was extremely gifted, what could you do with him or her?
How about interview questions dealing with parents
How do you communicate with parents?
How would you handle an upset parent?
Imagine you have a student who fails a particular subject because of a learning disability. The student tried very hard, but could not succeed. How would you communicate the reasons for the low grade on a report card?
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Information, advice, tips, and guidance on the Teacher Interview Process
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Sample Resume/CV, Cover Letter, and Thank You Letter
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The top 7 things NOT to say at an teaching interview
Exactly how you should Prepare and Present your Teaching Portfolio
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