The interviewer wants to see your resourcefulness and your creativity. Think about a single improvement you have made in the classroom with teachers. Explain the problem using positive language without demeaning any students, teachers, or parents. Delve into how you interacted with the teacher.
Talk about how you delegated the work to staff members as well as what specific pieces of the puzzle you handled yourself. Finally, wrap it up by highlighting the positive outcome you achieved and the impact it had on helping the school achieve success.
"This year my primary focus was on adding more technology to the classroom. This generation needs to become accustomed to working on laptops, smart boards, and using board-approved applications."
"I have recently worked with teachers to improve the classroom evaluation process. We have streamlined it and found a way to engage students in the process."
"I introduced a communication application to our teachers, parents, and student body this year. It's called ClassDojo, and it allows for posting, messaging, and easy communication between all parties. Parents now have real-time insights into what we are doing in the classroom on a daily basis."