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Teachers of adult basic education instruct adults in basic reading, writing, and speaking skills so that the students can earn an educational credential that's equivalent to a high school diploma. Adult basic education teachers work in classroom settings during mornings and evenings to accommodate working students. They may also work for or in con-junction with social service agencies. Adult basic education teachers need to have good communication and teaching skills, patience, and adaptability. Most employers will require a bachelor's degree and prefer those who have teaching experience. Other certifications or licenses may be required as well, depending on your employer and locale.
Job openings for adult basic education teachers can be found through typical channels such as online job boards like Indeed, Idealist.org, and Craigslist. Vacancies can also be found by visiting adult education centers and libraries, as well as community-based organizations. The interview will center on your ability to work with the population that the organization works with, as well as your teaching ability and ability to adapt your teaching methods to individual students. You'll be expected to be able to work with a diverse population in order to build up the skills needed to pass a General Education Diploma or other high school diploma equivalent.
To prepare for an interview for adult basic education teachers, research the organization and determine their mission and values. Use this information to guide you: choose character traits that best align with those values, and choose abilities that will have the biggest impact on the mission. Think about the experiences you've had that make you unique compared to an-other candidate. Also think about times when you were able to overcome a teaching challenge by adapting your teaching skills and communicated effectively with a student. Come up with examples of your dedication to teaching. Finally, be prepared with examples of why you want to work for that particular organization.