Hello, I recently had a job interview at a school and I used a game based idea to develop problem solving, reasoning skills and fluency. I didn't get the job and the feedback from the head teacher was that the LO was vague (which was fair), he couldn't really see the direction I was taking the lesson and that he doesn't like using games to teach maths. I had an interview before this using the same activity and the feedback was much more positive saying my teaching was good, questioning good etc but they were just overall going with a stronger candidate. My question is... I have another interview coming up. Same year group/maths activity/same number of children/ should I do the same activity and just act on the feedback? make it more specific, make sure the lesson has a valid end point? I really like the activity and other teachers who have seen it think it is good, it just depends on my delivery. Thoughts? I am a little bit worried about changing the activity as it takes me time to be confident with my teaching. If I do the same activity then I know I will deliver it in a more confident manor each time. I also need to do more research for my interview questions (again another feedback point) which I have. The next school I am going to interview at have a really lovely way that they split their maths up during the week, I thought that perhaps I could show them how I would incorporate the activity into a weeks topic based on how they split their maths up. The silver lining with this is that the 3rd school is actually the job I wanted! Any advise would be great Thanks Oh and I am applying as an NQT just for your information.