Special Education Teacher Interview Questions and Answers
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What makes you stand out among other applicants?
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I am a true advocate for students with special needs. I realize each child is an individual and.
I have a strong background in Positive Behavior Supports. I use technology to help bridge the learning gaps. I look for the root of the problem and then focus on finding a solution. I understand the needs of students who come from low income families. I am focused on helping all students reach their full potential.
I am committed to the special education field. I started an art program in the rehabilitation field and managers suggested I become a teacher because of my ability to observe individual needs of people with a variety of physical and mental challenges as well as show progress through appropriate curriculum adaptations.
My attitude towards my job. I am thourough.
My individuality and trusting that my own choices are good ones. I actually confident about myself.
I have a proven track record of being highly effective and impactful with students and families. I also work well with my peers and am able to share my knowledge and strategies in a collaborative way.
I would still consider myself very new to the teaching world but that also makes me open to change. With curriculum changing by the year it seems and new programs being introduced, I am easily adaptable to the changes and willing to learn the new material and incorporate it into my lessons so my students receive the best education I can give them.
I love working with the special ed. Students,i am very flexiable,stay in close touch with the reg.ed. Teacher I can get along with anyone I want the reg.ed. Teacher to understand I am a resource for them.i have a great sense of humor.
I have always taught. My very first day of college I was taken to the local high school and told this class is yours and the professor walked away. The students and I had a great time, we covered the material I was told about in the 50 yards from the offie to classroom. I was told later that I was asked for each time the teacher was sick. I have taught from coast to coast and 1/2 way around the world. I have experienced various cultures and likes to help kids understand the world around us. I teach prehistory skills at rendezvous and for assemblies. I taught classes, grades and schools and strive to keep everyone actively engaged in the lesson. My love of teaching shows in the students I teach.
What makes me stand out among others is that I am very dedicated to students and their education. I work extremely hard to differentiate instruction to cater towards all students learning.
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