Boom! On to the final round (I think)! I am not usually nervous for interviews, but I applied for this job in December and have been through three separate interview panels including the most recent one where I had to give a 30 minute lesson to students I didn't know or see... Here is my final (I think) task. I know this is for staff, but I know there will also be parents watching. As a parent, what would you want to see from a candidate?
We enjoyed having you "virtually" complete the lesson demonstration and now would like to invite you back to lead a staff meeting. You can sign up at the link below and it will generate a Zoom link for you to use for this portion of the hiring process. The prepared part of the meeting should last no longer than 20 minutes which will then be followed by 10 minutes of staff Q & A.
Leadership Demonstration prompt:
You will have 20 minutes to introduce yourself and answer the following prompts:
“What is the foundation of your educational philosophy and how do they align to ours?”
“What is your management style and how would you implement change within a collaborative community?”
We look forward to seeing you,