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Interviewer Checklist During a teacher interview, the interviewer is typically looking for a combination of professional qualifications, interpersonal skills, and a commitment to effective teaching. Here are some key aspects that interviewers often assess: Content Knowledge: Interviewers want to ensure that you have a solid understanding of the subject matter you will be teaching. They may ask questions related to your program,...
Preparing for Your Interview Embarking on a career in education is exciting and maybe a little daunting. One of the steps you will need to take before arriving in your classroom is landing that job. The teacher interview is designed to reveal your skills, personality, and passion for teaching. To help you navigate this crucial phase, here is a guide to preparing for your teacher interview. Research the School Before stepping into the...
If you are currently on an education-sector job hunt then it is important that you have an up-to-date resume, one that is curated for the position you are applying for.  This will better the chances of your resume reaching the desk of a person for an interview. As a rule of thumb, stay clear of complicated formats filled with graphs and fancy design choices, and avoid having so much information that it looks as though you are not able to...
As a teacher looking for a new position, it’s natural you might want to stand out of the crowd and impress interviewers, try to better your chances of landing your ideal job. There are a few ways you can achieve this, such as through a teaching portfolio. While a teaching portfolio may not always be required as part of the application process, it can help you make a good impression by highlighting your skills and experiences to the...
Landing a teaching job for the first time takes patience, time, and hard work. You must have the appropriate qualifications before applying for a teaching position and must show confidence in your skills as well as be able to relate the qualifications/experience you gained in other positions. The different schools, boards, or districts can be unique, which means most teaching jobs require someone who is flexible and can handle classroom...