General School or Education Assistants interview 2021
1. Tell me a little about yourself?
If you’re the interviewer, there’s a lot you should already know: The candidate’s resume and cover letter should tell you plenty, and LinkedIn and Twitter and Facebook and Google can tell you more.
The goal of an interview is to determine whether the candidate will be outstanding in the job, and that means evaluating the skills and attitude required for that job. Does she need to be an empathetic leader? Ask about that. Does she need to take your company public? Ask about that.
If you’re the candidate, talk about why you took certain jobs. Explain why you left. Explain why you chose a certain school. Share why you decided to go to grad school. Discuss why you took a year off to backpack through Europe, and what you got out of the experience.
When you answer this question, connect the dots on your resume so the interviewer understands not just what you’ve done, but also why.
2. What can you do to prevent COVID-19?
3. How will you manage your time at work?
1. Stress relief
Making and following a task schedule reduces anxiety. As you check off items on your “to-do” list, you can see that you are making tangible progress. This helps you avoid feeling stressed out with worry about whether you’re getting things done.
2. More time
Good time management gives you extra time to spend in your daily life. People who can time-manage effectively enjoy having more time to spend on hobbies or other personal pursuits.
3. More opportunities
Managing time well leads to more opportunities and less time wasted on trivial activities. Good time management skills are key qualities that employers look for. The ability to prioritize and schedule work is extremely desirable for any organization.
4. Ability to realize goals
Individuals who practice good time management are able to better achieve goals and objectives, and do so in a shorter length of time.
4. How will you work with learners, Educators and Staff members?
Here is where you are going to tell them, how you are going to have a good relationship with learners, Educators and Staff Members of the school you are looking for a job to. Explain how you want to learn and work in an environment that has different people and different.
Create displays and prepare classrooms. Listen to pupils read, reading to them, and tell them stories. Look after pupils who have had accidents, need help, or are upset. Provide support outside of the classroom such as helping during exams or on school trips.
Support the teacher in managing challenging pupil behaviour and promoting positive behaviour. Guide and monitor pupil progress. Help with the planning of some lessons. Carry out administrative duties, such as preparing classroom resources. Create displays and prepare classrooms.
5. Why do you want this job?
Now go deeper. Don’t just talk about why the company would be great to work for; talk about how the position is a perfect fit for what you hope to accomplish, both short-term and long-term.
And if you don’t know why the position is a perfect fit, look somewhere else. Life is too short.