I'm not asking for interview lesson ideas! But have been out of mainstream teaching for a few years (in SEN) and now having to apply for a wider range of posts as we have relocated and there are very few jobs. I feel I still have a lot to offer mainstream schools and that my experience of severe SEN might be very helpful. However, I'm probably very out of touch with what goes on in mainstream at the moment and particularly will be out of touch with current ICT (working at much lower levels in SEN). So what is current thinking around good teaching at the moment? I left mainstream around the time of 3 - 5 part lessons. Does EVERYONE use 'WALT' and 'WILF' now, or is that an individual school thing? Is ICT expected to be used to its full capacity in every lesson? If I get as far as interview and have to do a lesson, will it be expected to be way beyond a maths investigation or a story/ drama activity? Haven't posted on TES since going on maternity leave about 17 months ago! Nice to be back.