Preschool Teacher Interview Questions?
Anyone know possible interview questions to become a preschool teacher (besides the most common questions like strengths/weakness/etc)? I have an interview next Thursday and I am trying to prepare. Thank you!
Asked By: Mccall - 6/27/2007
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1. Can you tell us a little bit about what you are doing at the moment... More
Answered By: pebbles_panda - 6/28/2007
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just be confident..as long as your good with kids you should prety good
Answered By: xiluvshoppingx - 6/27/2007
"Do you like kids" is actually a common question. Be over prepared. I brought a portfolio of pre-school age art projects that I've done when I was an aid. Wear flats, don't wear low cut shirts.
Answered By: i hate phil collins - 6/27/2007
I have worked with children before and here are some questions I was asked... More
Answered By: Hannah - 6/27/2007
Be prepared for some hypotheticals, such as "What would you do if John bit Mary?" "How would you deal with an irate parent?" and so on.
Answered By: Bethany - 6/27/2007
OK, it would help to know the basic types of child care services, and different philosophies that child Care centre has, See if they have a web site. Create your own philosophy as well, using words like collaboration with families, children and encouraging diversity. Be familiar with regio Emilia, and socio cultural... More
Answered By: marc - 6/27/2007
My parents owned a preschool for over 10 years and they looked for outgoing individuals that dressed comfortably and weren't about highend fashion. Listen to "i hate dr. phil's" response. She's correct in stating to wear flats and no low cut tops. Dress in slacks, collared shirt and comfortable shoes. And definitely... More
Answered By: Devika P - 6/27/2007
Aside from the usual "tell me about yourself" here are some I have used... More
Answered By: EC Expert - 6/27/2007
They could ask you how you discipline children... More
Answered By: weswe - 6/27/2007
What I usually ask is... More
Answered By: Patricia G - 6/28/2007
Answered By: mattfromasia - 6/28/2007
One word your co-workers would use to describe you.
Answered By: applecrisp - 6/28/2007
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