Hiring Good Teachers

The article starts with the importance of preparedness. Just like teaching, reffing deals with spur-of-the-moment events. When I conduct a nice little pregame with my other refs talking about what I expect as help, spur-of-the-moment events become less problematic. I am applying this same principle as I type. I am currently in the library previewing my career portfolio presentation. I am just on a break right now from it. Anyways, the article goes on, describing a clean office space. This applies to the teacher’s room as well. As a student, if my professor’s office or classroom is dirty, then I would make some assumptions before they speak. I found the behavioral interview mentioned as interesting. Asking questions to the tune of “How would you respond to this scenario?” sounds good to use in the classroom.