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School Teacher Job Interview Questions

To be a Black Belt in the martial arts you must train every day. You must practice the basics over and over and over. Soon you develop the habit of training.

And let’s not forget the teacher. Frazzled and flummoxed, he stands beside his desk and holds his hands before him. “Calm down, class,” he says. His voice quivers with a combination of annoyance and alarm. He looks as if he has been cornered by a rabid dog.

You have to prioritize your tasks. You need to clear up the most important task first before going on to the less urgent ones. This will help you to keep on task and prevent you from accumulating everything to the eleventh hour and stressing yourself out.

An 8 year old boy’s behaviour in school had been totally appalling since he started school – it was also replicated at home. He’d been the centre of his mother’s universe at home — treated like royalty with no demands to behave in acceptably. Little wonder he’s grown up thinking he should be totally in control of every situation!

Get everyone in your class involved in some form of extra curricular activity outside of the classroom at some point during the year. Learn what they enjoy and are Edulabs good at and get them involved.

Parents have a right to know what is going on in their children’s academic lives. Sometimes kids don’t want to talk to their parents about their grads or how they are doing in school. With this tool parents will have access to the information that their children may be hesitant to tell them.

Another great thing to do to effectively use your time is to create a daily schedule. Draw the schedule out on paper, listing each general thing that you are going to do. Make a standard schedule that you will go off of every day. Remember the old saying “practice makes perfect”. This applies to the daily schedule, If you do the same things every day at the same time, you will naturally get better at doing them quicker and shave time.

I agree that this level of responsibility is a tough pill to swallow. Everyone decides who goes into your class. Other people choose the high stake test content. There are variables and circumstances out of your control every day. To make it worse, you can be a content expert but suck at classroom management and your students will miss a great opportunity to learn from you. The bottom line, you cannot blame students. As a teacher you have to figure out a way to reach ’em and teach ’em.