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January 20, 2015

Planning for the Sample Lesson

Impress interviewers by demonstrating a successful sample lesson. Prepare well to show that you're a good fit for their school or district.

December 31, 2014

Reading Up and Researching for the Interview

Increase interview success by doing research on the school or district; some tips to guide your exploration.

December 23, 2014

Things to Remember When Applying & Interviewing for Teaching Positions

Job search and interview tips for teacher candidates that can mean the difference between a job offer and being rejected.

November 04, 2014

Become a More Marketable Teacher in K-12 Education

Multiple endorsements:  Math, science, special education, foreign language and ESL are all high needs areas Allows for more teaching opportunities Creates flexibility for your assignment once hired, helping with retention Be open during an interview: Ask what could you do to be involved outside ...

October 28, 2014

Q & A from Employer Panels: Some Common Questions Asked During an Interview

 1.     What is the most commonly asked question during an interview? What is your classroom management style? As a recruiter, our principals are interested in how you plan to manage your classroom and if it fits into their schools' existing model/s, and also if you have additional techniques y...

October 21, 2014

Interview Prep for Future Educators

STEP 1: RESEARCH                   What's the school's motto statement? New Software Implemented? School Recognitions? School's Report Card?  Doing research shows that you have a true and genuine interest in that school district. STEP 2: PREPARATION                ...

October 14, 2014

What Do Employers Look For in a Candidate???

For some time now, expected graduates have been told that the market is very competitive for teachers, and how important various marketing tools are, i.e. resume.  Of course an almost perfect resume is essential to gain interest from a perspective school district but what happens after you have sec...

August 21, 2014

Connecting the Dots--Telling Your Stories in an Interview

Congratulations!  You have made it to the interview!  Your application materials were successful and now they want to meet you.  How can you take your interview experience to the next level and get the job?  Since an interview means that you likely meet at least the minimum requirements of the j...

August 01, 2014

Following Up Post-Interview

In the job search we find ourselves doing everything and anything possible to land an interview. We figure that if we land the interview and it goes well, then if the job is meant to be, it will be. However, even after you walk out of your interview, you continue to have the power to make an impact....

June 18, 2014

Be a Detective: Do Your Due Diligence When Preparing For Interviews

Think Sherlock Holmes or Carmen Sandiego!  An applicant needs to do more than simply know the school district's goals and mission - those should go unstated.  Employers across the board, regardless of industry area, note that new hires need to know more about their organization and demonstrate tha...

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