Special Education Teacher Interview Questions
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What are your 2 weakest points?
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First weak point is I have a hard time delegating responsibility, second weak point is failing. I do not accept failure very well.
My two weakest points are communication and mathematical skills. I am getting better at communicating with people and will have it done. I am getting help on my math and doing better.
I would say two of my weakest points are being a perfectionist and.
I would have to say that not asking for help and time management.
I might give in to easily. I am to trusting.
For the most part I always over prepare I have too many things I would like to use to teach hard to narrow things down.
There are so many creative activities I plan for my students and class time is limited. It is difficult to incorporate all of the activities that I would like my students to learn from.
I do not have a lot of experience presenting and running IEP meetings on my own yet so that is a weakness, but I am not afraid to ask for help and make sure the information is correct before I present it. I'd also like to be better about individually praising students when I see them doing a good job instead of praising them at the end of an activity or the end of the day or praising the whole class at one time.
Two areas that I would like to develop more within my instruction would be preparing students to participate in assessments, and retrieving/translating and generating data from assessments.
My two weakest points would be that I care too much and that I can be emotional. At the same time caring and being emotional is what helps me in understanding each and every student in the classroom.