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    Questions to Ask at an Interview
    By mshunny

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    When going to an interview it is important to ask questions. You are not just being interviewed, you are also interviewing the school. The more information you learn about the school/district the better choice you can make about taking a position in that school. Asking questions shows that you are interested in their school.

    Here are some questions, you might want to ask at you next interview.

    1.Which grades are responsible for what topics?
    2. Whohas the responsiblity for a particular topic?
    3. May I have a copy of your scope and squence?
    4. How does the administration work with teachers to improve instruction?
    5. What types of media resources are available?
    6. What textbooks do youuse in this subject area?
    7. How would you describe the typical professional staff members in this district?
    8. What professional skills do you expect of the person you hire?
    9. How does the staff feel about new teachers?
    10. How active are teacehrs in working with community organizations?
    11. Tell me about the students who attend this school?
    12. How involved are parents in school activities?
    13. What do parents expect of their teachers?


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