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When have you felt uncomfortable around a student with a certain disability?
When do you typically struggle to follow oral or written instructions in the workplace?
Do you feel it would be important for you to attend faculty meetings?
What do you know about this school and this school district?
What has been a very challenging experience you have faced while working with students before?
When have you worked with students with disabilities before?
Tell me about yourself.
How comfortable are you leading a group of students through an assignment?
When have you not gotten along with a teacher before? What was the cause and how did you handle your difficulties with them?
How knowledgeable are you in teaching students? What types of teaching concepts do you have a strong grasp on?
When have you displayed a great deal of patience?
When have you worked in harmony with another professional for a long period of time?
If a student fails to grasp a concept you are teaching them over and over again, what would you do?
If a student disobeys your instructions, what would you do?
Why did you apply for this position?
When have you displayed a great deal of responsibility?
How would you describe your teaching style?
Is this a job you are truly passionate about or did you apply for this job out of a necessity for income?
How well do you take constructive feedback? Give me an example of when you have taken feedback and applied it to your work.
Why do you have a passion for educating students with disabilities?
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