Job Interview Advice for Teachers | Cult of Pedagogy
What do principals look for when interviewing prospective teachers? Five administrators share their own personal Do's and Don'ts of the teaching job interview.
Your Answer to Tell Me About Yourself: The #1 Job Interview Question
Job interview in English? Find out how you should answer this number 1 job interview question + download a FREE workbook to prepare your perfect answer.
Are you compelled to teach?
This is a VERY good post if you are looking to land a teaching job or even just reflect on why you teach. I LOVED this!
How To Communicate Your Strengths in an Interview - Classy Career Girl
The most important thing during an interview is to think about your strengths in terms of accomplishments. Communicate your strengths so we can understand.
How to Answer the Top 35 Asked Interview Questions from The Undercover Recruiter here. Go to the link for a high resolution image. Posted for friends looking for jobs this summer. Unfortunately you may also be asked illegal questions and these are two pretty good articles here and here. Other good links I’ve posted regarding jobs: 15 Stories to have Ready for Your Interview Infographic 10 Useful Grammar Tips for Your Resume Infographic. Guide to What Your Clothing Colors Say About…
How to Answer Behavioral Based Interview Questions Smartly
Interviews can be terrifying. It is terrifying, as it is hard to predict what the interview questions will be like.
How To Land that Teaching Position: Teacher Resume & Interview Tips |
Create a great teacher resume & cover letter and rock your interview! These teacher resume and interview tips help you prepare and rock your next interview.
Tips to Rock Your Elementary Teacher Interview
Great for teachers looking for a job! Includes information about getting an elementary teaching position with Interview questions, examples of notes, and even a picture portfolio. Click to learn more!
Job Seekers: How To Close An Interview With Class
Don’t leave a job interview wondering where you stand with the hiring manager. There are techniques you can use to professionally close an interview so the hiring manager will know that you want the job, and, so you’ll be able to leave knowing the next steps in the hiring process.
A Simple Formula for Answering 'Tell Me About Yourself”
We’ve all been there — at the far end of the desk watching attentively at the interviewer as he tries to make sense of your professionally submitted resume. After he has some clarity on the type of employee you are going to be, he sets down the file and smiles at you while asking the dreaded question— “Tell me about yourself” This is the question that rattles us and makes us wish we were surfing in a Miami beach instead of taking this interview. So, why does this simple question tend to make…