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Postsecondary Teachers Interview Questions

Ryan Brown
    Job Interviews Careers Education Postsecondary Teachers

35 Postsecondary Teachers
Interview Questions

  1. Tell me about yourself.

  2. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

  3. Do you manage your time well?

  4. What experience have you had with team-teaching? What is your opinion of it?

  5. Why do you want to be a postsecondary teacher?

  6. How do you organize your classroom?

  7. What is your least favorite aspect of teaching?

  8. How do you provide support for students with exceptional ability?

  9. Tell me about your teaching experiences.

  10. What reasons do you have for teaching postsecondary?

  11. What do you hope to gain out of teaching these students?

    Community Answers

    • "To be high achievers and learners in life."
    • "A sense of community development."
  12. What do you know about our organization?

  13. What do you think is the greatest challenge facing students today?

  14. Tell me about your experiences in this field.

  15. How would you deal with a student who regularly missed school or your class?

  16. Do you enjoy working with others?

  17. What do you like most about teaching as a career?

  18. What are your career goals?

  19. How would you describe your teaching style?

  20. What is the greatest success you have had in teaching?

  21. What are the qualities of an excellent teacher?

  22. Describe the "worst" lesson you have taught. What did you learn from it?

  23. How do you motivate your students to become active learners in your classroom?

  24. How have and will you address your students' different learning styles?

  25. What personal strengths do you find especially helpful in your teaching?

  26. How do you handle stressful situations?

  27. What is your educational background?

  28. How would your former employer describe you?

  29. How do you deal with difficult students?

  30. Do you work well under pressure?

  31. What skills are essential for this job?

  32. What are your career goals?

  33. What is your greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve it?

  34. What is your greatest strength?

  35. Why are you the best candidate for us?