Summer is the time of year when many teachers will be looking for jobs. If you find yourself in this situation, do yourself (and your employer) a favor and be sure to be at your best.
Interviews can be very intimidating, so do whatever you can to lower your stress. Get a good night's sleep. Arrive at the interview location at least fifteen minutes early so that you don't have to be in a rush and worry about being late. Even taking a simple ten minute walk before you go can help.
Doing the little things well to get ready for a job interview can be the difference between you getting the job or not. Do these simple things and you will already have an advantage over most of the competition.
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