Thursday, June 26, 2008

I read an article the other day about how teachers need to "interview" schools that they are applying to to make sure that they are a good fit. I was wondering how plausible this much are you really able to tell before you actually begin teaching there? Are other teachers willing to talk to you about what happens within the school? Does anyone have any suggestions?

1 comment:

Tamara Niquette said...

It sounds like a spectacular idea but I'm not sure it is plausible. Some teachers do fit in certain schools and not in others but wouldn't it be wonderful if you could interview other teachers and students (most importantly). I'm not sure other teachers/staff/faculty would be completely honest with you though... in particular, administration. I think students would be the most willing and the most honest though.