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3. Rehearse some questions.
When it comes time for the interview, start thinking about how you’re going to respond to the questions. You don’t want to go in cold turkey. You may stumble on a question you know the answer to but just can’t think of during the high stress moment. Most interviewers now ask you if you have questions as well. Showing you are informed about the district and have intelligent questions about the school's pedagogy, processes and teacher support will indicate your expertise and interest.
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