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Elementary teachers specialize in teaching students from kindergarten to fifth grade. These specialist teachers are responsible for all aspects of their students' education, from planning and delivering lessons, to assessing their students' progress and liaising with their parents. This is an immensely satisfying job but it can also be very demanding as it involves dealing with younger children for several hours at a time.
Public schools require elementary teachers to have a minimum bachelor's degree in elementary education. Majoring in a specific field such as math or English can open up more employment and advancement avenues. If you have a bachelor's degree in some other field, you can still become an elementary teacher by completing a graduate education program. Elementary teachers must be patient and empathetic and must have great communication and interpersonal skills.
Your interview will most likely be conducted by an interview panel consisting of the principal of the school, the Head of the primary section and a few other faculty members. Don't get unnerved by the number of people on the panel. Stay confident and focused on emphasizing your skills and expertise that make you the perfect candidate for the job. Before you go for the interview, spend some time practicing your answers to some of the more commonly asked questions. You can find these listed at Mock Questions.