Guide to Getting The Teaching Job of Your Dreams
Are you ready to find a teaching-job?
You’ve finished college. You’re done with your student teaching. Maybe you’ve been subbing, or maybe you’re a teacher’s aide. Now is the time to get the real, full-time teaching-job you’ve been dreaming of.
It was written by a veteran teacher and experienced teacher interviewer to help you get the teaching-job you’ve been dreaming of. She worked in two different school districts and have many years of public school teaching experience.
This book filled with tips, strategies, advice, and procedures and it was written to help you find and land the teaching-job that you’ve been searching for.
You’ll learn everything you need to know about finding and landing the teaching-job you want.
Inside The Guide to Getting The Teaching Job of Your Dreams, you’ll find:
- The 50 Most Common Teacher Interview Questions and How to Answer Them
- Information, Tips, and Advice about the Teacher Interview Process
- What to Include on Your Resume
- Secrets to Making your Cover Letter stand out
- Sample Resume, Cover Letter, and Thank You Letter
- All About References and Letters of Recommendation
- Seven things you should avoid saying at an interview
- How to Prepare and Present your Portfolio
- Go inside the minds of two interviewers as they describe what an interview committee looks for, what they notice, and how to impress them.
- A candidate describes her struggles and successes throughout the job-hunting process. She explains what worked and what didn’t!
- And lots, lots, more!
It’s a complete guidebook for student teachers who are hunting for their first work, substitute teachers and teacher aides who would like to advance their career to the next level, and experienced educators who are looking for a work at a new school.
Are you ready for your interview?
- An interviewer asks you to describe your weaknesses. What do you say? (Answer on page 57 of the book)
- A human resources office says they have your paperwork on file, but you’ve never been called for an interview. Why not? (Answer on page 15 and 73 of the book)
- How many interviews will you have to pass before you get the work? (Answer on page 40)
- What are the top 3 mistakes candidates make when creating their portfolio? (Find out on page 38-39)
- What’s the secret for making an inexperienced candidate seem like an experienced teacher– without lying? (Answer on page 43)
- If an interviewer asks you what challenges teachers today have to face, what should you NOT say in your response? (Answer on pages 64-65)
- An interviewer asks, “Do you have any questions for us?” at the end of an interview. What types of questions should you ask? (Answer on page 68)
- What education buzzwords should you know and be able to use? (Answer on pages 69-70)
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