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Old 03-29-2016, 05:48 PM
 
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It has been over 10 years since I interviewed for a teaching job. What do potential candidates bring to job interviews who are NOT right out of college. I have been working as a teacher during this time, so I have evaluations from my principals, as well as different things that I have been involved with within my district, but besides your resume...what do they look for or want to look at?


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I only brought my resume. I think some samples of units might be nice if it's for a grade you've already taught, evaluation copies would be nice, too. But realistically, people don't usually have a lot of time to look through things. When you get a call for an interview, I would ask directly what they would like you to bring.

I'm interested in what others have experienced.
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