New teachers looking for that first teaching job are often worried about their lack of experience when doing their first round of interviews. How can they talk about their experiences when they’ve only finished student teaching? Should they be upfront or pad their experiences? Rick Mohrien explains how newer teachers can still be authentic while still making a good impression on the interview panel.
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Click HERE for a copy of all of the interview questions from this series!
- Tell me your story, how did you end up here today wanting to be a teacher here at Winget Park?
- What’s the best lesson you ever taught, and tell me why it was the best lesson?
- It’s the first week of school, tell me what you’re doing to build relationships with your students.
- It’s the first week of school, tell me what you’re doing with your students’ families.
- How do you help yourself grow as a learner? What are some things you like to do to support your own professional growth outside the required professional development?
Where you can find Rick Mohrien:
- His school’s website: Winget Park Elementary
- His school’s Twitter: @CMS_WingetPark
- Rick’s Twitter: @Mohrien
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