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Lead teacher Interview Questions

"Lead teachers are hired for their outstanding teaching and leadership skills which connect administrators, parents, and other teachers. In an interview context, employers focus on ""what-if"" scenarios that you may encounter on a day-to-day basis. Think about the different ways you address a difficult parent versus a difficult child. To ace your interview, show that you are passionate about childcare by describing how your prior experiences reflect upon why you love working with children."

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What would you do if a child misbehaves?

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Take him out of the classroom and talk to him/ her

I would first give the student a verbal warning or two. If it happens repeatedly and is a disturbance to the classroom, I would ask to speak to him/her separately after class, then consider further disciplinary measures if necessary.

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What is your observation technique?

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How do you deal with difficult parents?

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How would you handle a child biting another child?

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What I enjoy most about teaching?

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How would you handle a "biting situation" in the toddler room?

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Are you flexible???

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She didn't ask any questions to see how I would be as a teacher. Most unexpected question was "Did you bring your resume?" It was submitted with the online application. Why would I bring another copy when she can just print it out?

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Do you have credentials? CPR training? any experience in childcare?

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Why do you want to work in urban education?

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