Job Interviews: Way for Students to Know Own Strengths and Weaknesses
Keywords: Instructional Strategies, General Information, College
- Before Interview have a good grasp of your own strengths and weaknesses
- Be able to present these to the interviewer
Possiable questions to be ready to answer for a prospective employer:
- What are your strenghts and weaknesses?
- Organizational Skills?
- Dealing with several levels or groups at one time?
- Ability to work and get along with others?
- What is your familarity with general education curriculum &/or special curriculum?
- Ability to adapt materials to fit the nees of the students.
- Where did you do you student teaching?
- Tell about some of you experiences and what it prepared you for.
- What is your favorite level and/or model?
- Tell about your philosophy of working with deaf and hard-of hearing children.
- What is your experience with diagnostics? What can you do with the results?
- Sign language skills, if needed in position for interview?
- Given a "sticky" sityation, how would you deal with the parents?
- how would you establish rapport with the regular classroom teachers within your school or schools?
- If you were observing a child with a hearing impairment in a regular classroom to determine his needs, what would you look for?
Coordinator, Spartanburg Co. HI Program
195 Burdette St.
Spartanburg, SC 29307
Insight: (Why is this important?)
Employers like to know what the prospective employee's strengths and weaknesses are before hiring that person.
Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education
Spartanburg, SC 29302
(864) 596-9080 (V/TTY)
(864) 596-9526 (Fax)
Uploaded By: Jodi Gray/KSU/Deaf Education Major