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    100 Teacher Interview Questions

    100 Teacher Interview Questions
    From Teaching Editor: Interviewing for a teaching job can be the most important step in getting an offer and getting hired. In addition to these 100 questions, don't forget to check The Ultimate Interview Guide, free for members of Teaching. [gate] • 8 Most Popular Teaching Interview Questions & Answers • Interview Questions for Every Grade and Subject • Teacher Interview ...
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    15 Popular Interview Questions Answered

    15 Popular Interview Questions Answered
    Preparing for an interview is probably the most overlooked phase of securing a new job position. Everyone thinks it is easy until they enter an interview room in front of a panel 
of educators who are judging every move and every word. Then, reality sinks in! The panel might include the superintendent of the school district, school principals, teachers, and parents, ...
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    14 Toughest Interview Questions (and Answers!)

    14 Toughest Interview Questions (and Answers!)
    Interviewing for a job in education, especially if you're new to the field of education altogether, can be a bit tricky. The process for interviewing is much different than in the corporate world. The approach you take and the answers you prepare should reflect your readiness for an education job. These fourteen questions and answers can help you think through your ...
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    How to Answer 6 Common Teacher Interview Questions

    How to Answer 6 Common Teacher Interview Questions
    When you get a call from a school administrator inviting you to interview for a teaching job, how do you feel? Happy? Elated? Excited? Nervous? Scared stiff? You don't need to worry about the interview if you're a well-prepared, qualified candidate. Preparing for a teaching interview is a lot like studying for a test. You can review commonly asked questions, think ...
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    Interview Questions for Teachers of Every Grade & Subject

    Interview Questions for Teachers of Every Grade & Subject
    From Teaching Editor: If you're are preparing to interview for a teaching job, this massive interview list is something you must review before you set foot in your potential school. One of Teaching's featured writers, Eric Hougan, author of Road to Teaching has covered all grades and subjects here. Use his research to help you put your best foot forward in ...
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    What To Expect in a Special Education Teaching Job Interview

    Because a special education teacher's job requires far more than just teaching, administrators will seek candidates who are true specialists in the field. If you're hoping to be hired as a special ed teacher, you need to be an expert at the art of adapting lessons, an active advocate for student needs, a professional IEP writer, a wealth of information on ...
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    10 Secrets to a Perfect Teaching Interview

    10 Secrets to a Perfect Teaching Interview
    Are you nervous about your next interview for a teaching job? Don't be! Just remember these 10 secrets to a perfect interview! h4. 1. Have a teaching portfolio that is filled with lesson plans and student work samples. I know it takes a great deal of time to assemble a teaching portfolio, but your hard work will pay off. Instead of ...
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    8 Most Popular Teaching Interview Questions Answered

    8 Most Popular Teaching Interview Questions Answered
    From the Editor: Interviews are a big part of landing a teaching job. Principals and interview teams of teachers across the country ask similar questions, but how should you really answer? An expert shares these eight popular questions and answers so you can prepare to shine in your interview and land the teaching job you want. Question 1: What are your ...
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    6 Biggest Pet Peeves of Interviewers

    
Getting an interview is a really big deal. It means that you have achieved a level of confidence with your resume and cover letter and have made it to the next steps of the hiring equation. This is something that you should be proud of; this is also something you should take very, very seriously. The interview presents a lot ...
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    10 Subtle Ways to Sabotage Your Interview

    We all know that showing up late to an interview or dressing inappropriately can ruin your chances for a job. But what about the more subtle ways that could make you unexpectedly sabotage your job interview? Don’t let it happen to you! Keep in mind these 10 common subconscious mistakes that you probably don’t even know you’re making. NEXT | ...
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    Five Insider Tips for a Successful Interview

    Five Insider Tips for a Successful Interview
    I have been on the interview panel on my elementary school for several years and have witnessed some impressive and not so impressive interviews. Like many schools, our leadership team spent hours analyzing the answers and demeanor of the candidates. Our goal was to find the best teacher from the mere 45 minute meeting. Every second counts when you are under ...
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    Teacher Interview Tips and Advice

    Teacher Interview Tips and Advice
    This is the culmination of several years of hard work. You've finished college. You're done with your student teaching and you've passed all of your teacher certification examinations. The applications, resumes, and cover letters have been sent out to every local school district. All you can do now is sit around the house and wait for the phone to ring, right? ...
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    10 Overused Phrases Interviewers Hate

    Interviews are hard. You’re nervous. You’re usually in close quarters. You have to answer question after question with little recovery time. And your entire professional future seems to hang in the balance of this one encounter. It’s no wonder so many interviewees resort to clichés when answering interview questions. But panicked responses aren’t going to land you that job. So ...
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    A Guide to Teacher Interviews

    A Guide to Teacher Interviews
    If you are preparing for an interview in the field of education, you know that teaching interviews can be comprehensive and vary different from interviews in the corporate world. In order to make a good impression on the school where you've applied, you'll want to do your homework. We've compiled articles written specifically to help teachers in the interview process. 100 ...
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    Three Steps to Prepare You for Your Next Teacher Interview

    Three Steps to Prepare You for Your Next Teacher Interview
    It's natural for people to get nervous before and during a big interview. Sure, you know you're a good teacher. You've graduated from college with a teaching degree and you've worked with students in the past. So, WHY are you nervous? It's those pesky little questions, isn't it? If you're like most people, you're probably afraid they'll ask you a difficult ...
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    How to Handle the 6 Toughest Interview Questions

    How to Handle the 6 Toughest Interview Questions
    Equipped with a stunning resume, you are ready to secure that perfect teaching position. Now it is time for the next step: the dreaded interview. This step however, does not have to be an intimidating or nerve-racking experience. By taking some time to prepare, you can achieve the successful results you want. There are many questions that will be asked during ...
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    What Not to do in an Interview

      What Not to do in an Interview
    As you are aware, our staff has the privilege of working closely with many administrators, creating powerful documents that ensure they get the job they deserve, and also helping them prepare for interviews. During our conversations, we always make an extra effort to find out vital information about both what administrators look for when interviewing teacher candidates and what turns them ...
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    How to Use Teaching Keywords to Your Advantage

    How to Use Teaching Keywords to Your Advantage
    The use of teaching keywords in resumes and interviews started several years ago, and their use by job applicants is increasing. In fact, most schools are placing a significant degree of importance on teaching resume keywords before short-listing a candidate for an interview. When candidates use keywords, they stand a good chance of getting selected. h4. *What are teaching keywords?* Simply ...
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    Ultimate Interview Advice for Teachers

    In the competitive job market for teachers, the interview may be the only chance to let your job skills shine. Make the most of the opportunity by reading tips from the experts. 100 Teacher Interview Questions 15 Toughest Interview Questions (and Answers!) 10 Secrets to a Perfect Teaching Interview Interview Questions for Every Grade & Subject How to Answer 6 Common ...
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    What Not to Say During an Interview

    The truth is most people sabotage their own interviews. Instead of putting their best foot forward, they put off the interviewer by acting cocky, unsure of their talent, having bad manners, or by simply acting weird. Monster has interviewed several recruitment experts to bring you unbelievable true stories of what actually happens behind interview doors. If you want to land ...
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