10 Popular Teacher Interview Questions Answered

A perpetually popular article on TeachHUB.com has been “6 Common Teacher Interview Questions and How to Answer them.” It’s a great article for those seeking both new jobs and for those mid-career who might need a change of career scenery.

Today on TeachHUB.com, our centerpiece article is an update of sorts on that same topic. Frequent TeachHUB.com and TeachHUB Magazine scribe Janelle Cox, herself a seasoned educator, takes a look at some common questions you could very well be asked in the interviewee’s chair.

Janelle’s questions include:

  • Why do you want to work for our school district?
  • How will you keep the lines of communication open with parents?
  • What would you say are your top three weaknesses?
  • What is your educational philosophy?
  • And more!


Janelle closes out her article by giving suggestions for the ubiquitous “Do you have any questions for us?” query:
·      
What kinds of technology resources are available for teachers to use in their classroom?
·     
What professional development opportunities are available for teachers in your school district?
·      
What is the student-to-teacher ratio?

What advice do you have for going to a teaching interview?


Minecraft in the Classroom Teaches Reading and More

Millions of people of all ages have been playing the video game Minecraft for ages now. But did you know that the game has man virtues that can enhance classroom experiences?

It’s true, and we recently took a look at the ways that Minecraft can help your students’ day-to-day academic trajectories.

Have you successfully utilized the video phenomenon Minecraft in class? If so, how have you used it?
A perpetually popular article on TeachHUB.com has been “6 Common Teacher Interview Questions and How to Answer them.” It’s a great article for those seeking both new jobs and for those mid-career who might need a change of career scenery.

Today on TeachHUB.com, our centerpiece article is an update of sorts on that same topic. Frequent TeachHUB.com and TeachHUB Magazine scribe Janelle Cox, herself a seasoned educator, takes a look at some common questions you could very well be asked in the interviewee’s chair.

Janelle’s questions include:

  • Why do you want to work for our school district?
  • How will you keep the lines of communication open with parents?
  • What would you say are your top three weaknesses?
  • What is your educational philosophy?
  • And more!


Janelle closes out her article by giving suggestions for the ubiquitous “Do you have any questions for us?” query:
·      
What kinds of technology resources are available for teachers to use in their classroom?
·     
What professional development opportunities are available for teachers in your school district?
·      
What is the student-to-teacher ratio?

What advice do you have for going to a teaching interview?


Minecraft in the Classroom Teaches Reading and More

Millions of people of all ages have been playing the video game Minecraft for ages now. But did you know that the game has man virtues that can enhance classroom experiences?

It’s true, and we recently took a look at the ways that Minecraft can help your students’ day-to-day academic trajectories.

Have you successfully utilized the video phenomenon Minecraft in class? If so, how have you used it?