28.04.2018

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Please forward this error screen to 209. What can I do with my degree? Carpe diem, seize the day boys, make your lives extraordinary. Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think. Try a mock interview for teacher training, answering typical questions and also getting tips on how you should answer. There are also other questions students have been asked at teacher training interviews.

TEACHERS obviously need to be good at TEACHING, INSTRUCTING and MAKING PRESENTATIONS, but they also need to have good LISTENING skills to understand the problems a pupil may be having. WRITING skills, and be able to PLAN the next term’s work. Selectors will be looking to see how you can talk about and demonstrate these skills at your interview. Listening – to childrens’ problems on a BUNAC summer camp in the USA. Planning – a holiday with friends. Analysing – the best methods of publicising a society’s events to members.

Presenting – acting as compère to a charity fashion show. You may get a group interview: this is extremely common for primary and becoming more common at secondary interviews. You would be asked to discuss a number of topics in a group of perhaps six to eight candidates. See our Teaching Interview Reports for more on this. Click on “First Question” to begin.

Think carefully about how you would answer, then click on “Show Answer Tips” to get an idea of how you should be answering. Other questions students have been asked at PGCE Interviews: If you have been to an interview or assessment centre recently please fill in our interview report form to help other students. What do you think makes a good teacher? What qualities do you have that will make you a good teacher? What are you looking forward to about being a teacher? What are your concerns about being a teacher? Why do you want to come here for your PGCE?