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Interviewing questions

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Description:  Suggestions on questions to ask when interviewing new teachers
Level:  Middle School (6-8)
Math topic:  History and Biography
Ed. topic:  Professional Ed/Career Development

Original Question/Response
07 Jun 00   Interviewing questions by Jimmy Whiteman
08 Jun 00   Re: Interviewing questions by Pat Ballew
08 Jun 00   Re: Interviewing questions by Gail

Public Discussion
08 Jun 01   Interviewing questions by Ed Isaacs
08 Jun 01   Interviewing Questions by Tonda Dunbar
07 Aug 05        Re: Interviewing Questions by Marla Shane
30 Jun 07            Re: Re: Interviewing Questions by Kelly
08 Jun 01   Math Interviewing questions by Karen Pollard
10 Jun 01        Re: Math Interviewing questions by Nick Kittl
14 May 04        Re: Math Interviewing questions by joumana sami
08 Aug 09        Re: Math Interviewing questions by June
27 Feb 10        Re: Math Interviewing questions by sherill ann jarcia
04 May 04   math by Vibha
02 Jun 04        Re: math by linda bankston
16 Apr 05            Re: Re: math by Math teacher
27 Jul 05                Re: Re: Re: math by kim
03 May 06   interview by tricia
07 Apr 07        Re: interview by middle school math teacher
12 Feb 09   mathematics by akhtar rasool
29 Jun 09        Re: mathematics by quantgal
02 Jun 10        Re: mathematics by Prakash Nair
27 Mar 11   interview questions for primary teachers by PUSHPA SAMUEL
28 Feb 12   math by vinit nain

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