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Interview Question

Discussion in 'Primary' started by LisaLove82, Jun 19, 2011.

  1. At a recent interview I was asked 'what type of learning would be going on in my classroom.' I didnt get the job and when I received feeback I was told that I needed to develop my answer to this question and focus more upon the actual learning. I talked about progression and that children learn in different ways and the need for children to be engaged. Can anybody help with how I should have answered this as I have an interview next week and would hate to stumble over this question again!! x
     
  2. At a recent interview I was asked 'what type of learning would be going on in my classroom.' I didnt get the job and when I received feeback I was told that I needed to develop my answer to this question and focus more upon the actual learning. I talked about progression and that children learn in different ways and the need for children to be engaged. Can anybody help with how I should have answered this as I have an interview next week and would hate to stumble over this question again!! x
     
  3. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    Think of it as more 'if someone walked into your classroom what would they see happening to show them that good learning was going on'.

    I've never had that question, so might be talking rubbish, but it is what I would think about.
     
  4. Thanks Minnieminx, looking at it that way has helped me to think of how to answer this question xx
     

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