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    For this assignment we had to interview a teacher. The teacher I chose was Mrs. Gilbert. She is a special education counselor and algebra teacher. She has been a huge influence on my life. I can not wait to share the things I have learned from her in this interview. First question was what made you a teacher? She started to explain that in Sophomore year of high school she was signed up as a peer helper tutor which means she help special needs children with their homework. According to Mrs. Gilbert

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    Teacher Interview While attending South Elementary School in Marshall, Illinois, I have learned a lot about the daily life of working within a school from interviewing two different teachers. I have never realized how much work goes into being a teacher no matter the grade being taught. I am so glad that I got the opportunity to participate within this program and getting to talk to these teachers. It has made me realize even more that I have chosen the right career path for myself. While interviewing

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    I interviewed a childcare teacher engaged in the Early Childhood Development. She graduated from East Tennessee State University. She has been intrigued by children her entire life, she has volunteered with children with disabilities and worked with children since age 16. You can say that teaching has been a dream job of hers. Going through the interview I went through a series of questions as follows. What are positive and negative parts about being a teacher? What disciplinary styles work the best

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    elementary school grades teacher and is licensed to teach grade levels K-6. She currently resides in Texas and has taken some time off from teaching to be with her family. Before taking the time off, Ashlyn worked in two different schools, one of which was in Georgia and the other in Kansas. In Georgia, she taught Kindergarten and in Kansas she taught grade 1. I chose to interview Ashlyn because I had met her several years ago through another friend and I found out she was a teacher at that time. Even

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    Teacher Interview I interviewed Pam Heaten a teacher from Eugene Fields Elementary School. Mrs. Heaten has worked six years in the Gates Corporation. She has worked four years with PAT and seventeen years in the Poplar Bluff school district. Mrs. Heaten told me that she was always up for a challenge and her track record reflects that. She has worked a third-grade classroom, SPED classroom, IEP facilitator, fourth-grade classroom, and now as an intervention teacher. Mrs. Heaten told me her teaching

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    I was originally going to interview my good friend Miss. Childers a Kindergarten teacher at Central Elementary, but I decides it would be more beneficial for me if I interviewed someone I didn’t know. I can ask my friend these questions and others anytime and we have talked about many of these and more since I started this journey. I looked at this interview as an opportunity to get to know another teacher that I will be able to go to in the future with questions and also another classroom/grade

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    What does it mean to be a school teacher? Before mindlessly declaring my major in teaching, I have decided to ask a teacher them self about their experience. My mentor, Gina Biles, has taught sixth grade students at Clear Lake Intermediate School for more than fifteen years. The opportunity to mentor a college student sounded exciting to Ms. Biles, who has always loved motivating, inspiring, and educating the youth. Throughout the interview, her goal has been to portray the life of an educator and

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    I decided to interview a friend of mine who just started her second year of teaching. She works for a Middle School in Westchester County, teaching 6th and 7th grade math. I asked her a series of questions about her whole experience on becoming a teacher. I was relieved to hear what her first few days were like being a new teacher, because that could be nerve racking for any new teacher. She explained to me that she was shocked on her first few days, and overwhelmed with the respect she immediately

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    Hiring effective teachers based on an interview continues to be a major challenge for principals in schools across the country (Staiger & Rockoff, 2010; Vanderslice, 2010). Determining who the best teachers are out of a large pool of teaching applicants is difficult, and if principals cannot identify effective teachers during an interview, the risk of having an ineffective teacher in the classroom increases (Staiger & Rockoff, 2010). Determining interview criteria and questions is very important

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    Id 970404814 Interview Questions 1-How do you identify a high-quality teacher? A high quality teacher meets required standards in planning, knowledge of learners, student engagement, lesson delivery, disseminating data and adjusting instruction based on scores. 2-What actions do you take when a teacher is not meeting the needs of the students? I like to take steps to give the teacher plenty of opportunities to meet the needs of students. The first thing is to meet with the teacher and see how

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