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What subjects do you teach? What types of students do you have?

Can you provide a link to a site where we can see something about what you do or the center where you work?

How have your past experiences prepared you for teaching? How did you become interested in education?

Who was your most influential teacher and why?

What is your educational philosophy?

What is the most challenging aspect of teaching for you?

What kind of relationship do you have with your students?

What is the secret to instilling interest in knowledge?

What is your philosophy on homework and grading?

Is it possible to teach creativity? how?

How do you establish authority? What do you do when a discipline problem arises?

How do you individualize your teaching? How do you handle the different ability levels of students in classes?

What cooperative learning means to you. How have you used it?

What do you expect from your supervisor? What qualities would you like to have in your principal?

What issues in education are of greatest concern to you?

Would it be a good thing if teachers had economic incentives based on student performance?

Besides more financial resources, what do today's schools lack?

What are some ways you have incorporated technology into the classroom.

In light of new technologies, do we need to reinvent the school, its methods and objectives?

If you could create the ideal school, what would it be like?

What do you think schools will be like in 20 years?

What are your professional goals? Where do you want to be in five years?

What qualities would you need to see in someone before advising him/her to go into teaching?


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