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Preschool Teacher

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Description: Teaching position in a preschool classroom preparing children for kindergarten.  Duties include, but are not limited to, lesson planning, classroom development and organization, participating in training seminars, and working with a team of teachers in all of the aforementioned.  Assessments are completed for each child twice a year. 

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  1. How are you qualified for this position?
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  2. How has your education prepared you for this position?

  3. What are your strengths

Follow-up:  What are your weaknesses?

  1. How do you feel your strengths and weaknesses influence things in a classroom setting?

  2. How would you try to encourage parent involvement?

  3. What are your career goals?

  4. What are you doing to achieve your career goals?

  5. What does PRIMARY CAREGIVER mean to you?

  6. How is it different among the different age groups?

  7. A parent comes to pick up their child and notices a bite received by another child, They become angry and demand to speak to the other child's parents.  How will you handle the situation?

  8. A classroom is run on values.  The values maybe  designated by policy or influenced by the teachers and parents.  What do you when a parent's different values interfere with classroom procedures? 

  9. Is there anything else?
    Summarize by emphasize your qualifications as they apply to this job.   Also cover anything you missed from your opening.  Tips on your interview closing.


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