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Interview Questions & Supporting Documents

These interview questions and suggested documents will help new and experienced teachers to prepare for interviews.
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Interview Questions & Supporting Documents

AnticipatedQuestions (Probes) SupportingDocuments
What is youreducationalphilosophy?Article summaries or critiques
Anecdotal records
Essays
Letters to parents
Philosophy statement
What does an idealclassroom look like? Bulletin board ideas
Essays
Floor plans
Lesson plans
Letters to parents
Management and organizationstrategies
Observation reports
Pictures and photographs
Portfolios (student)
Projects (performance-based)
Seating arrangement diagrams
Teacher-made materials
Theme studies
Unit plans
How would you assesschildren's work? Assessments (formal and informal)
Case studies
Interviews with students, teachers,parents
Lesson plans
Portfolios (student)
Problem-solving logs
Projects (performance-based)
How do you workwith parents andother members ofthe community?Community resources documents
Field trip plans
Interviews with students, teachers,parents
Letters to parents
Problem-solving logs
Professional organizations andcommittees list
Projects
Volunteer experience descriptions
How would youhandle disciplineproblems?
How would youmanage yourclassroom?
What kinds ofmanagmentstrategies do youlike to use?
Classroom management philosophy
Cooperative learning strategies
Field trip plans
Floor plans
Journals
Letters to parents
Management and organizationstrategies
Observation reports
Pictures and photographs
Problem-solving logs
References
Rules and procedures descriptions
Schedules
Seating arrangement diagrams
Student contracts
Explain what you know about using technologyin the classroom. Computer programs
Media competencies
Projects
References
What kinds ofinstructional strategiesdo you use?
When?
How well do they work?
Curriculum plans
Evaluations
Lesson plans
Observation reports
Peer critiques
Pictures and photographs
Projects
References
Teacher-made materials
Theme studies
Unit plans
How do you meetindividual needs inthe classroom? Individualized plans
Interviews with students, teachers, parents
Journals
Lesson plans
Portfolios (student)
Problem-solving logs
References
Student contracts
What textbooks and other resources have you used in the classroom?
How do they compare to others?
Curriculum plans
Projects
Theme studies
Unit plans
What are yourstrengths?
What is yourgreatest weakness?
Awards/certificates
Evaluations
Goal statements
Letters to parents
Media competencies
Peer critiques
Problem-solving logs
Professional organizations andcommittees list
References
Self-assessment instruments
Transcripts
Volunteer experience descriptions
Work experience descriptions
How well can youwork with otherpeople? Community resources documents
Evaluations
Field trip plans
Letters to parents
Peer critiques
Professional organizations andcommittees list
Projects
References
Volunteer experience descriptions
Work experience descriptions
Tell me about yourself. Awards/certificates
Essays
Goal statements
Letters to parents
Peer critiques
Self-assessment instruments
Subscriptions
Transcripts
Do you plan to goback to college for anadvanced degree?
What do you do tokeep yourself up-to-date?
Meetings and workshops log
Professional development plan
Professional organizations andcommittees list
Professional readings list
Self-assessment instruments
Subscriptions
What workgives you the most pride? A great variety of documents ispossible; this depends on your valuejudgment.
What did your supervisors say aboutyour work? Awards/certificates
Evaluations
References
Volunteer experience descriptions
Work experience descriptions
What do people appreciate about you? Evaluations
Peer critiques
References
Volunteer experience descriptions
Work experience descriptions
What are your goals? Goal statements
Philosophy statement
Professional development plans
Self-assessment instruments
What is your favorite subject or topic toteach?
Why?
Article summaries or critiques
Awards/certificates
Computer programs
Essays
Journals
Meetings and workshops log
Philosophy statement
Pictures and photographs
Professional readings list
Research papers
Self-assessment instruments
Subscriptions
Transcripts
What is your greatestcareer or academicachievement? Awards/certificates
Evaluations
Journals
Peer critiques
Pictures and photographs
References


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How to Develop a Professional Portfolio
Campbell, Cignetti, Melenyzer, Nettles, Wyman
Excerpted from How to Develop a Professional Portfolio, by Campbell, Cignetti, Melenyzer, Nettles, Wyman

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