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Teacher Aide Interview Questions

"A teacher's aide works in conjunction with the teacher to provide additional support in the classroom. To excel in this role, candidates must demonstrate strong interpersonal, management, and communication skills. Be prepared to discuss your teaching style, experience working with children, and how you would handle different classroom scenarios. As teachers often look to aides for creative help, you may be asked to brainstorm a new activity or project to get kids excited about learning."

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How do I view discipline for children?

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Based on position as an aide, much of the discipline must be led by the teacher's philosophy, hopefully it is about redirecting child to a more positive behavior, involving choice.

Do you have any ideas for an indoor craft or project or an outdoor activity?

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So you think teachers should be hands on teaching or looking above teaching

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what is something you would like to improve in

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It was so easy and comfortable talking to them and explaining prior situations .

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No difficult or unexpected questions

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What is the last book you read or are reading?

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Have you worked with children before?

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Would you like to work at the eliot school this summer?

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The most difficult question for me was explaining any gaps in my employment.

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