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Interview questions

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by Greeengirl, Nov 9, 2018.

  1. Greeengirl

    Greeengirl New commenter

    Now that interview season is upon us, I'm wondering what are the most challenging questions you have faced in an interview, specifically focused towards your teaching strategies/educational philosophy?

    I've been fairly lucky in that most interviews I've experienced have been more like general chats & were not too stressful, but I have a feeling a couple of interviews I have lined up are going to be a bit more challenging. I've researched typical questions but I'm wondering if there have been any you've experienced that have really thrown you so... any advice from the more experienced members?
     
  2. phat_sue

    phat_sue New commenter

    I’m not experienced but interested in your post.

    I had a sonru interview recently that was so uncomfortable! I definitely need a person to bounce off.
    I was asked “what would we be missing out on by not hiring you?” All that popped into my head was witty banter!
     
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  3. walkingfred

    walkingfred Occasional commenter

    My favourite recently was 'what would your perfect day of teaching look like?'
     
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  4. What's your teaching philosophy? That one caught me out.
     
  5. loislane1

    loislane1 New commenter

    Recent questions
    Tell me when you were innovative in the classroom?
    Tell me what your role is when students are leading their own learning?
    How do you ensure a good work life balance?
     

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