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Dear Theo/others - out of school 4 years, interview/knowledge Q.

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by cliveceltic, Jun 1, 2011.

  1. Hi
    Feedback from 2 interviews last week was that I was just pipped at the post for both jobs due to being out of teaching 4 years and that a more recently experienced person got the job. They knew this when asked me to an interview so not sure why it was an issue if they were never going to take it on board. Anyway, my 4 years were as a trainer/leader for a National singing CPD programme and did involve working with schools, training teachers etc but I've obviously missed a few things.

    Most questions in the interviews were related to assessment, APP/AFL which I was aware of 4 years ago, children taking responsibility for own learning amongst other questions.

    Any advice on what I have missed in 4 years, what's totally outdated and where I can find out more?

    Thanks in advance
     

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