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Re: interviews


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Jul 21 2001 - 17:11:09 PDT

I'm so glad to hear a principal concerned about the quality
of the teachers he is hiring. More importantly, he ask you
to sit in and advise him. It is sad that the candidates left so
much to be desired. With the shortage of teacher candidates
out there, I guess the rest of us get those that are left over.
I know you will make a wise decision, Woody in KC wrote:
> Dear Group,
> My principal asked me to sit in on the interviews for the the
> new art
> position at my my high school I took part in seven interviews. I was
> shocked at how unprepared these people were even though their resumes

> Of all the people that interviewed it boiled down to just two.
> One
> was a new teacher fresh out of college that had loads of enthusiasm
> along
> with projects she's made that she would use as example lessons. The
> other is
> a veteran elementary teacher that would bring loads of experience. He
> wanted
> the weekend to decide. I could work with either so I'll be happy
> either way
> susie

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