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I have posted before about my "Secret Student" before but I am posting about it again to include in in What the Teacher Wants Behavior ...

Primary Possibilities: Positive Behavior Rewards SECRET STUDENT--so much fun, Love this idea! If the secret student has done well then all get a positive reward. All have to work hard just incase it's them.

An interview is an evaluation of whether or not the school can provide the kind of support and experience you’re looking for, not just the other way around. Treat it like so by asking these five essential questions before accepting any teaching position.

Many teachers go into interviews fully prepared to answer questions but not to ask them. To them, the most important thing is to impress the school leader. Learning about the school will come later,.