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Re: interview know how

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Susan Bennett (sbennett)
Sat, 18 Dec 1999 09:51:57 -0500

Be yourself. Speak wiht authority and enthusiasm. Be pleasant. Best wishes.
Let us know how you did!! Susan in ohio
-----Original Message-----
From: Rebecca Gartley <gartley>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
Date: Monday, December 06, 1999 10:52 PM
Subject: interview know how

>Hello to all artsednetters,
> I have only asked a few wierd questions since I joined. I mostly just
>read and soak up info. Kinda like a sponge. Anyway here is another weird
> I have an interview for a high school ceramics teacher, full time,
>starting in January. I am well qualified. I come from a family of potters.
>excelled at in in college, and my secondary student teaching was all
>ceramics. In fact, my art ed and clay prof has recommended me for the
> But, I still have to interview and will be up against a few other
>qualified people I'm sure. I have interviewed twice so far and find it a
>horrendous process. I hate being asked to spit out facts and information on
>command. I want them to just put me in front of the classroom and let me
>show them what I can do. I know, I'm dreaming.
> Help! what do you think I absolutely have to be able to articulate?
>are the latest art teaching or just teaching catch phrases that are flying
>around? Or, should I just stick to what I know and not try to dazzle them
>with jargon?
> Sorry, this is so long and rambling. Any wisdom from you all would be
>Thanks , Becky
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