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Are you ready for your teaching job interview?
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An interviewer asks you to describe your weaknesses.  What do you say?
(Answer on page 40 of the book)

Human resources says they have your paperwork on file, but they've never called you for an interview.  Why not? 
(Answer on pages 12 of the book)

How many interviews will you have to pass before you get the job?
(Answer on page 30)

If an interviewer asks you what challenges teachers today have to face, what should you NOT say in your response? 
(Answer on pages 44-45)

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 46)

What 30 education buzzwords should you know and be able to use?
(Answer on pages 47-48)


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Sample Text From the Book
Guide to Getting the Teaching Job of Your Dreams!
by Tim W.

My eBook has LOTS of information about teacher interviews, applications, resumes, cover letters, teaching portfolios, letters of recommendation, and references.  Here is a small sample of what's inside.


Your References
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Your references will probably be listed on the application you filled out for the school district.  If they're not, you may want to include a separate "References" page with your cover letter and resume.  This page should state the names of your references, how you know them, their addresses, and phone numbers.


Try to include four or five references.  You should use people who have seen your work and will say positive things about you as a teacher.


It is polite to ask people if you can use them as a reference before putting their name down.  This gives them a heads-up so they won't be caught off guard if a phone call comes from a school district asking about you. 


Letters of Recommendation
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You should have two or three letters of recommendation.  Hopefully your cooperating teachers wrote you nice letters when you finished your student teaching.  You can also turn to college professors you worked closely with, other teachers that you have worked with, or parents whose children you have tutored.


All letters should be from people you have worked with and who have witnessed your teaching abilities.


Some college career centers try to convince you that you should have people fill out "anonymous letters of recommendation."  Basically this means you give someone a form to fill out and they send it back you your college without you seeing it.  Your college then forwards it to the schools you are applying to.  If possible, don't participate in this.  If someone has something good to say about you, you should be able to read it.  If they want to say something negative, you should be entitled to know that as well.  Unless the district you're applying to requires this (I don't know of any school districts that do), then just don't do it.  If you ask someone to fill out a letter without you seeing it, it's like an open invitation to say something you don't want them to.


When you ask someone to write a letter of recommendation for you, give them a copy of your resume.  This will help them include specific and accurate details in their letter.


Give people enough time to write letters of recommendation.  If someone agrees to write you a letter and they don't do it with a week or two, it's okay to remind them (in a nice way).  Some people need a nudge to get things done.


Be sure to thank people who write letters for you.  Writing a good letter is hard work for most people.


This is only a small sample of what you'll find in my eBook.  Download my book for much more information about Getting the Teaching Job of Your Dreams!