All about you: – Why do you want to teach at our school? Why should we hire you? – What has been your most positive teaching experience? – What has been your most negative teaching experience? What would you change? – What is your philosophy of education? – What have you recently done in education of an interesting or innovative nature? – What motivates you? – What professional books, blogs, or journals have you read to keep abreast of educational news and best practices? – How would your students describe you? – What is your greatest strength/weakness as a teacher? – What are 3 words that your students/admin/close friends would use to describe you? – Describe a typical lesson in your classroom. (Going through the step by step overview) – Describe a successful lesson and how you knew it went well. – Why did you want to be a teacher? – What is a difficult situation you faced and how did you deal with it? – What do you want to teach__________(grade level) students? What do you like about them? – How do you use technology in your classroom? – How do you use assessment in your classroom? Describe how you used the information you gained from an assessment in your instruction. – How do you address the needs of English language learners? – How do you integrate other subjects into your units? – How do you approach classroom discipline? – What is your favorite essential question (UBD model)? Parents – How do you communicate student progress to parents? – How do you normally communicate with parents? – How have you involved parents in the learning process? Students – How do you handle the different abilities of students in your class? – What techniques have you found useful in individualizing learning in your class? -Describe one or two techniques you use to motivate students. How do you motivate a student to learn a concept they do not do well in? – Describe a difficult student you had and how you handled it. – How do you handle a student who is a consistent behavioral problem in your class? – If you met your students 20 years from now, what would you want them to remember about you? School – Why do you want to teach at __________ (school)? – How have you contributed to the development of the total school program in your current position? – How do you structure your classroom to achieve maximum benefit from teacher/student contact? – What kind of extracurricular activities would you be interested in being part of? – What are the talents/expertise you can bring to your team? – Why are you leaving your current school? – What did you like the most about your current school? – What was the most difficult thing about your current school? – How would you implement the school’s core values into your classroom? – What are your thoughts on collaboration with other staff? Country/City Specific – Why do you want to live in __________ (country)? – Tell me what you already know about the country and culture. – What kinds of things do you like to do outside of school? – Do you have any concerns about moving to this country? The End of the Interview – Is there anything else you feel that you want me to know about you, that we haven’t had a chance to talk about? – Do you have any questions for us? Questions to ask during the interview: What are the nationalities of the student body? What is the percentage of each nationality? How many students are in the school and what are class sizes? How many current foreign teachers are working for them? Are students admitted with little or no English skills? What percentage of the teachers renews their contract for a third or fourth year? What expectations are there for teacher participation beyond the regular school day? What is the frequency of faculty meetings, committee meetings and other meetings teachers must attend on a weekly basis? How long is the school year? When are holidays/breaks? (you should be able to find this on the school website, but if you can’t, then ask). Are teaching materials readily available? Technology? Internet? What are the classrooms like? Desks for every student? Do teachers use chalkboards or a projection system? How involved are parents and the PTO? Do teachers work together? Does the administration side with teachers or parents? Is the curriculum open or closed? Do teachers have freedom in the classroom when approaching the lessons? How much time do I get with my students? What is the dress code at the school for teachers and students? What support services are provided to students? Is the curriculum aligned with particular standards? I’m very interested in building my sk ills as a teacher. What staff development opportunities are offered? How is the reading program organized? What new programs or activities are being considered for the coming year? How would you describe the atmosphere and culture at your school? Why do people like to work at your school? Is there a yearly budget provided for continuing education/professional development? Person Questions: How safe is the area where you will be living and how safe is the city in general? What will housing be like? What is the level of health care in the country? How long will it take to get to school? What do teachers do weekends and after school? Does the teacher salary cover all living expenses? Are foreign employees welcomed? What is the social life like both at the school and local community? Is the mail system reliable? Can I easily send and receive packages? How easy is it to travel within and out of the country? Be Prepared for Tough Interview Questions Credentials, enthusiasm and a burning desire to teach overseas describes nearly 100% of recruiting-fair candidates. So, how do you set yourself above the bar with so many high caliber candidates competing for the same positions? A Director’s gut feeling about how you’ll fit into and adapt to their school and geographical location certainly plays a big part in the decision-making process. For some hardship locations, a “good fit” may be more important than actual years of teaching experience and advanced degrees. But when it comes to competing for the most desirable schools, your answers to some unexpected interview questions can easily make or break the deal: Tell me about yourself. What’s your greatest contribution to your last school? If I walked into your classroom, what would I see? How will your past or current Director describe you when I dial them up? How would your students describe you? Teach me something right now! What’s the last article or book you read on teaching? Which educational journals do you subscribe to? Tell me about a conflict you resolved. Answering tough interview questions is something you definitely don’t want to do impromptu. Of course, if you’re thrown a curve ball you have to swing at it, but anticipating and honing your answers to possible interview questions is obviously the best way to prepare for a successful interview. You just might be Teacher of the Year material but if you can’t convince the interviewer of that, all is for naught. There are many international schools considered to be amongst the most progressive and well-respected schools in the world. But don’t be daunted by that. They need great teachers, and good schools will support their teachers to become part of their learning-focused ethos. So what do these schools look for when hiring new teachers? Here are the top 10 qualities that most international schools look for in the teachers they hire: Enthusiastic teachers who love working with young people Nothing compares with your passion for learning and teaching. So if you’re enthusiastic and committed to meeting the learning needs of each and every student, you’re half way there. Responsible teachers who do their research Finding the right school is important, for both you and your employer. Show that you have done your research, that you know the school, its focus, its philosophy. Demonstrate that you have thought seriously about the location, how you’ll respond to the move, and how you’ll cope with leaving home. Be prepared to explain why you want to move abroad. Teachers who are internationally minded You may be choosing to live and work in a location very different to your home country, and within a culture very different to your home culture. You will be working with students and families from many different countries and backgrounds, and with teachers and school staff who have very different training and experience to what you may be used to. You must be willing to accept and value differences, to respect the country you are living and working in and to be truly internationally minded, in and out of work. Flexible teachers who are able to adapt International schools vary dramatically – in location, size, student intake, staffing, curriculum, philosophy, and more. The best international teachers are willing and eager to adapt, and to embrace new circumstances and unexpected challenges. Teachers who have much to offer If you can teach a range of subjects or age groups, and have specialist skills, you’ll stand out from the crowd and be a real asset. Teachers who want to be fully involved in the life of the school International schools are more than just places of education. Many students and staff are expatriates and turn to the school as their ‘family’. It is the social hub and the source for extra-curricular activities; for the students, staff and their families. Schools are looking for teachers who are happy to get fully involved in school life and its community. Teachers who can lead extra-curricular activities Most after school activities for international school children happen through the school. This means that extra-curricular activities are an important aspect of international school life. Being able and willing to lead or support an extra-curricular activity is expected of international school teachers. It shows you have true commitment to the school, and more importantly to the children, outside of the classroom. Teachers who are loyal International schools are renowned for their short-term contracts, meaning that teachers can often move on to another school in another country after two years. However, international schools also value loyalty and often look for teachers who have commitment and staying power, who have extended their contracts in previous jobs and value the benefits that a more established teaching staff can bring. Teachers who can work with second or third language learners Many students at international schools speak English as a second or third language. This means adapting your teaching methods to help students fully engage in the learning. Teachers who have EASL or Mother Tongue training or good experience are valued. Teachers who want to develop professionally and are lifelong learners International schools offer great opportunities for both career and personal development and love teachers who show a desire to keep learning. Actively seeking professional development opportunities and sharing your learning and specialist experience with your colleagues is valued by schools, especially those that are isolated and where external training opportunities may be restricted. You don’t need all of these qualities to become a teacher at an international school, but having some of them will help, particularly enthusiasm and international mindedness, and don’t forget to work with TIC who will help you find the best job for you!
国际学校孩子入学可不是一件简单的是,Hen多孩子最开始都通过了笔试,但是在面试Shang败下阵来,很多明星子女想要入读国际学校据Shuo都要走后门。国际学校面试究竟面试什Me?又有哪些技巧呢?今天带大家轻松闯面试关。 An时报名 很多家长因为没有及时报名而Cuo过国际学校的笔试和面试。建议家长先去各大Guo际学校官网看看、打个电话咨询一下,Nin也可以关注专业国际学校网址,如中国国际教育网(http://www.ieduchina.com/)Huo拨打:400-900-8516进行电话Zi询。负责任点儿的家长还可以去学校转一Zhuan、再找上三五个在校学生聊聊感受。深入国际学Xiao内部去。 每个学校对于报名时间都You自己的规定,有些比较好的学校报名也十分火爆,Qian万不要觉得现在准备太早,据了解,很多妈妈都Shi提前至少一年开始准备的。以今年9月的招Sheng为例:哈罗是去年年底就结束了报名;Hai淀外国语是今年1月初开始报名,而且是排队Shi,据说当天中午就报满了;乐成是2月Di结束第一批报名;艾毅、青苗等是3月中旬结束第Yi批报名。 各学校的报名时间每年都可Neng根据招生人数或其他安排有所调整,建议各Wei家长选好了学校后,最好在前一年的四季度就开始Guan注各学校官网陆续推出的次年秋季入学报名,Yi免错过最佳时间。 如果你是希望孩子明年8、9Yue入学的话,目前开始准备应该比较合适。即便Shi后年才入学的家长,现在多了解一些情况,提前去Xue校咨询一下也绝对是有帮助的。 Ren真填表 目前大多数国际/双语学校都采Qu网上报名的方式。有些要求比较简单,中文填Xie基本资料即可,有些则十分复杂,需要全英文填写,Yao求提供的资料也比 较多,其中要Qiu较高的学校除了孩子和家庭的相关资料外,Huan需要提供孩子之前学校的推荐信等材料。建Yi家长不要怕麻烦,认真填写报名表格。 Ru果你以为学校对网上填写的资料只会看个大概齐,Jiu直接按照报名顺序通知面试,那可就大错特Cuo了。这样的学校大多不太靠谱!想进入Jing争激烈的好学校,至少面临着10+:1的入Xue比例。学校会通过你填写的每一项内容和所提供Fu件判断孩子和家庭是否合适,很有可能在填写资料Jie段筛选掉高达50%的候选人。 Zuo好自荐 这是一个让学校的招生人员Dui你的孩子和家庭加深印象和了解的绝佳Fang式,也是很多家长没有做或不知道该怎么Zuo的。做好这一步,就很有可能令孩子和家庭Cong数以千计的候选人中脱颖而出,https://www.wenku1.net/list/德语电话用语请求帮助/从而令学校Jiang你的面试安排提前或放入优先考虑名单中。 Guan注通知 有些学校是一轮面试,有些是Liang到三轮面试。面试的形式如果不确定,其实是Ke以在电话里和招生部的人询问沟通的,Bi如面试分为几轮、是否需要全英文面试、需要做些Shi么准备等等。 这些也并不是什么机密,Hen多学校招生部的人还是很Nice的,至少Mu前我碰到过的还都非常不错。如果真的Peng到招生部俯视看人的那种,各位家长也要对Zhe所学校是否适合多加考虑了。毕竟一所学校De文化会影响到在其中的每一个人,这些观Cha学校的时机和细节都是我们不容错过的。 Chong分准备 由于涉及入学阶段不同,Xu要准备的面试内容也不同。对于比较小的孩子来Shuo,其实更多的是通过各种形式看孩子的行Wei和状态,以及家庭呈现出来的整体情况。对Yu年龄大一些的孩子来说,可能还涉及SATKao试、现场问答互动等这些 环节。 A.Yu言方面。学习用英文打招呼,掌握了很多颜色、水Guo、动物、图形等常用英文单词和一些常用Duan语,并能用英文回答问题,包括: 1.What's your name? 2.How old are you? 3.What colour is it? 4.What's your favourite fruit? 5.What‘s this? 6.Which is bigger/smaller? 7.Can you draw a circle/triangle? 8.Do you like it? …… B.Xing为方面。其实孩子的行为规范主要依赖于家Ting环境的熏陶和日常培养,临时抱佛脚肯Ding是不行的,这也是体现家庭整体素质的Zhong要方面。这一点我和Kerdi爸爸在平时对孩子De教育中还是非常注重的,比如文明礼貌、日常礼仪、Sheng活习惯等,Kerdi都做的比较好。因Ci这方面我毫不担心,也没有再格外强化。 C.Qing绪方面。无论是大孩子还是小孩子,甚至是Wo们成人,面对陌生人时都难免会有紧张Qing绪。因此,家长要尽量帮助孩子在面试现场可以Zheng常发挥, 面试礼仪 终Yu到最后一步了,细节决定成败。面试当天的Li仪无论是服装、谈吐还是各个细节,孩Zi和家长都需要多加注意。 过于Long重。国际学校的老师很多穿的也挺休闲,如果你Chuan的过于隆重,易给 别人造成压迫Gan,产生不好的影响。 过于随意。穿Zhuohttps://www.wenku1.net/list/幼儿园秋季大大班安全教育班会/可以休闲,但不能随意,夹脚拖鞋之类De还是算了吧。 过于花俏。太花俏了容Yi令人眼花缭乱,分散注意力。而且,毕Jing一个人的审美也是和素质环境挂钩的。 Guo于暴露。这点就不用我说原因了,你懂De。 过于展示。可以穿名牌,但满Shen大LOGO那种就算了,服装只是点缀。 Zong上所诉,服装方面给你的建议是:简洁舒适,礼Yi谈吐方面给你的建议是:落落大方,做到这Liang点就够了。 如果您和孩子把上面这些工作Du做到位了,可以说面试的成功率已经很高了。Mian试时候到底问了什么,并没有那么的重要,一切Zhun备工作做到位了,必然可以从容面对。
第一环节:开场白 May I come in? Wo可以进来么? Hello,everyone. (Wei笑,鞠躬) 问好 第二环节:Introduce yourself Jie绍你自己 Good morning/afternoon, everyone. My name is xxxx,15 years old this year. I was born in xxxx, Shanghai. I like reading books and playing computer. At the same time, I love English,so I want to study here. Thank you for inviting me. Di三环节:Question and Answer Wen答环节 1) Q: What is your name, please? (Ni叫什么名字?)有的不会问这一项 A: My name is xxxx. (Wo叫xxxx) Q: How old are you? (Ni几岁了?) A: I am fifteen years old. (Wo十五岁了) Q: Why you come here? (Ni为什么来这里?) A: I hope to study in Australia one day so I come here for interview. (Wo希望有一天去澳大利亚学习,所以我来参加这个Mian试) 2) Q:Which school are you from? (Ni是哪个学校的?) A:I’m from No.x middle school. (Wo来自第x中学) 3) Q:What are your hobbies? (Ni有什么兴趣爱好?) A:I like reading books and playing computer. (Wo喜欢读书和玩电脑) But I know playing computer too much is bad for me. (Dan我知道玩电脑太久对我不好) 4) Q:What kind of sports do you like most? (Ni最喜欢什么运动?) A:I love running because I just like the feeling of running. (Wo喜欢跑步,我喜欢跑步的感觉) Q:What’s your favorite subject? (Ni最喜欢的科目是?) A:I love Chinese lesson because Chinese teacher is interesting. (Wo喜欢语文课因为语文老师很有趣) Q: What’s your favorite vegetable? (Ni最喜欢什么蔬菜?) Q:What’s your favorite animal? (Ni最喜欢什么动物?) 5) Q: What day is today? (Jin天星期几?) A: It’s Sunday. (Jin天星期天) Q: What’s the weather like? (Jin天天气如何?) A: It’ssunny. /cloudy/rainy today. (Jin天是晴天/多云/雨天) 6) Q: When do you get up every day? (Ni每天几点起床) A:I usually get up at 7 o'clock (Wo通常7点钟起床) Q: How far is it from your home to the school? (Ni们家离学校有多远?) A: It’s about ten minutes' walk. (Zou路十分钟) 7) Q:What do you do on weekends (Ni周末都做些什么?) A: I usually read books. (Wo通常看点书)详细回答例子: Firstly, I usually play computer on Saturday morning, and then I go to the library. Then on Sunday, I get up and usually do my homework. 8) Q:How many people are there in your family (Ni家有多少人) A: My family has four people, father, mother, brother and me.(Wo家有四个人,爸爸、妈妈、弟弟和https://www.wenku1.net/list/儿科哮喘综述选题/我) Q: Who do you like best? (Ni最喜欢谁) A: I love mom best because she is good to me. (Wo最喜欢妈妈因为她对我很好)She never complains me. Q: Do you help your mother with the housework? (Ni有帮妈妈做家务么) A:Yes,sometimes I help my mom sweep the floor. Important topic Zhong要话题 1)festival 节日 Q: What’s your favorite festival? (Ni最喜欢的节日是) A: My favorite festival is National Festival. I went to HONGKONG Disneyland with my parents last year. There are many interesting things such as MICKY. (Wo最喜欢的节日是国庆,去年国庆, 我和Ba爸妈妈去了迪士尼乐园,这里有很多有趣的Dong西比如米奇。) 2)season Ji节 Q: What’s your favorite season? (Ni最喜欢的季节是) A: My favorite season is summer. It’s hot but I love swimming. I would like to have a long summer vacation. (Wo最喜欢的季节是夏天,它很热但是我喜欢游Yong,我很愿意有个长暑假。) 3)school Xue校 Q: Can you talk something about your school? (Shuo说你的学校吧) A: Yeah, just so so. It’s special to have lunch in the classroom. And there are many books in our library. (Yi般般吧。在教室里吃中饭很特别。还有Wo们图书馆有很多书。) 4)hobby Xing趣爱好 Q: What are your hobbies? (Ni有什么兴趣爱好) A: I like reading books and playing computer. But I know playing computer too much is bad for me. (Wo喜欢读书和玩电脑,但我知道玩电脑太Jiu对我不好) 5)music 音乐 Q: Do you like listening music? (Ni喜欢听音乐么) A:Yes,I prefer listening Chinese pop music. My favorite pop star is Jay. (Wo更倾向于听中国流行音乐,我最喜欢的明Xing是周杰伦) 6)Pet 宠物 Q: Do you have any pets? (Ni有宠物么) A: Yes, I have a white rabbit with two beautiful eyes. (Shi的,我有一只有着漂亮红色眼睛的大白兔) 7)future Wei来 Q: What do you want to do in the future? (Ni未来想做什么) A: I want to be a doctor to help others. (Wo想要成为一名帮助他人的医生) 8)character Xing格 Q: What are you like? (Ni性格怎么样) A: I think I am a brave, clever and lovely boy. (Wo是一个勇敢,聪明并且有爱的男孩) 9)internet Wang络 Q: What do you usually do on the internet? (Ni一般上网干什么) A: I usually read e-book and play some games to make me clever. (Wo通常看书和玩一些让我聪明的游戏)