High School Teacher Sample Job Interview Questions

High School Teacher Sample Job Interview Questions

 

Here are sample High School Teacher job interview questions designed specifically for the Teaching career field.

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what kind of salary do you need as a High School Teacher?

At this high school we believe practical skills are just as important as academic ones. What would you do to promote the integration of formal learning, real world experience?

Think of a meeting you recently led. What did you say or do during the meeting? How did it end?

One of our goals is help develop our students to become strong citizens. Describe what you have done to teach social responsibility, social consciousness and responsibility to your students.

Have you written any project reports? Tell me about the best report you wrote in our job as High School Teacher. Why did you think it was the best?

How have you changed the job as a High School Teacher since coming to your present employer? Why and how did you make these changes?

What is the most important thing you can do in cultivating a confident posture in personal and interactive pursuits

What action do you take to provide quick and thorough service for customer requests or problems? Can you tell me about a particular situation?

How regularly do you review performance with your subordinates and boss as a High School Teacher? What do you discuss? Tell me about your most memorable discussion.

What do you like best about your former job as a High School Teacher? Why? Give examples.

What’s the most difficult typing job you’ve ever done?

What office systems have you established as a High School Teacher? Why did you set up these systems?

Some companies do not mind employees using office equipment (photocopiers. telephones) for personal reasons. Have you used office equipment for personal reasons?

Would you work 40+ hours a week?

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Bonus Questions


  • Describe some tough or tricky situations in which you had to talk to people to obtain information you needed to make an important decision or recommendation.
  • Tell me about a time when you had to analyze or interpret numerical or financial information.
  • Have you ever made presentations in which you explained a new policy or procedure to a group of employees? Tell me about one of these presentations.

Daily Interview Tip

Remember the interviewer may need some time to make notes between questions so don't worry unduly about short silences, be patient. When you begin an informational interview, make sure you identify yourself and why you're calling. Finding something common with the interviewer