Teaching jobs are extremely difficult to secure these days!
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Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Dear Teacher/Job Hunter,
If you're one of the thousands of teachers across the country looking to land a teaching job, and you're finding it very difficult to do so, you need to read this very important information to beat out your competition and get that job.
Here's what you'l learn:
- The number one secret to landing a teacher interview. (Your interviewers will love you for doing this).
- What never to put on a teacher cover letter. (This is so simple, but it happens all the time).
- How to create a teacher resume that makes YOU stand out from the competition.
- Resume mistakes that make recruiters furious.
- 25 practice questions that interviewers are sure to ask. (Each one comes with tips on how to answer each question AND detailed actual sample answers!)
- Two little known social media job search techniques that will help you find teaching jobs way before your competition – sometimes before the job is even advertised!
- 7 questions that recruiters are NOT allowed to ask
- 12 questions YOU should ask the interviewer to let them know you're serious about getting the job.
And there's MUCH more - guaranteed!
I have reviewed your Teacher Interview Tips ebook and have to say, WOW!... outstanding content.
This is an absolute must read for any teaching professional and I give it my highest recommendation.
There is so much hype and fluff circulating online and you have written a truly special book.
Sincerely, Jimmy Sweeney
I'm going to show you everything that's expected of you
Introducing the most complete, step-by-step system to land the perfect teaching position…
Your Basic Guide To Acing ANY Teacher Interview!
My name is Adam Waxler and I recently retired from full-time teaching as a middle school social studies teacher at Carlos E. Haile Middle School in Bradenton, Florida, and adjunct education professor. I was also a teacher mentor responsible for training new staff members as well as presenting workshops on effective teaching strategies
Along with my involvement in teacher training, I also took on an active role in teacher recruitment. I have sat on countless interview committees and have been responsible for hiring (or not hiring) new staff members in various content areas at a number of different grade levels. And, let me make this perfectly clear: while many people claim it is easy to get a teaching job, the fact is teaching jobs are extremely difficult to secure.
I’ve teamed up with Marjan Glavac, retired teacher with 29 years elementary and middle school teaching experience and a veteran vice president of human resources with over 20 years of experience to add their insights and expertise to make this resource the most up to date and relevant teacher interview book on the Internet today.
I have been able to compile everything we know about how to get a teaching job into this best-selling ebook entitled: Your Basic Guide To Acing ANY Teacher Interview
I sent you an email a few weeks ago after I purchased your E-book on Interviewing.
I appreciate your quick response to my questions/concerns and the advice you gave me. I wanted to follow up with you to let you know that my interview went well - I felt very prepared for it and all the questions that you mentioned in your book were questions that I was asked.
So, to make a long story short, I was offered BOTH teaching positions within hours of each other! I gladly accepted the High School Business Teaching position and am looking forward to beginning my new career!
I want to thank you for your book and for your advice.
I would highly recommend your book for teachers seeking interviews!
Thank you for the great book! I poured over it and took your advice on almost every question. I practiced with my sister-in-law who is a teacher as well and I must say it made all the difference.
I had my first formal teaching interview for a high school English position and it could not have gone better. I knew what they were going to ask because I had read your guide on acing any teacher interview and I was prepared. I think I knocked every question out of the park and they offered me the job on the spot!
I was very nervous since I have heard how hard it is to become a teacher; and since I have no classroom experience I was really anxious. Even with all that, your book helped me nail the job I wanted on the first interview.
Thanks again. My brother-in-law is also interviewing as a teacher and I will definitely tell him about your book.
It's just outstanding.
I don't need to tell you the cold, hard facts about landing a teaching position...
School districts all across the country have actually cut thousands of exisiting teaching jobs!
It's no better up north with my Canadian teacher colleagues.
In some districts you need to apply and be on the substitute list a year before you can even apply for a permanent teaching position. AND, that's only if there are openings for the substitute list!
So, how do you get a teaching job? How do you even get an interview in the first place?
That is exactly what I will teach you in Your Basic Guide To Acing ANY Teacher Interview.
I read your book, actually crammed for 2 hours before my interview, and I got the job:) There were over 100 applicants for the position!
Thanks for the info!
I landed a kindergarten job!
I no longer have to drive 500+ miles a weekend to see my family.
I used a lot of your ideas.
I think the best one was the behavior management one!
I got the job ... I am currently teaching a first grade class at a school that is 40 miles away from home.
I will be going into a second grade class as of September which is only 8 miles away from home.
You really can find those unadvertised jobs before your competition even realizes that they even exist. There are tips and strategies you can use to make you stand out from the crowd.
Knowing how is the key.
This ebook will give you those tips, strategies and knowledge to land your ideal teaching job.
Your Basic Guide To Acing ANY Teacher Interview will teach you,
step-by-step, how to land an interview and outright ACE IT!
You can download Your Basic Guide To Acing ANY Teacher Interview and start preparing in minutes. Before you know it, you'll be well on to your way to your first interview and landing your teaching position.
So,What's a Teacher Position Worth to You?
More than a couple of coffees a month?
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And what if the eBook isn't all you hoped for?
What if you don't like it for any reason?
Return it for a 100% refund.
Try it out 8 whole weeks. If you’re not satisfied, at any time within those 8 weeks, you’ll get your money back.
No questions asked.
Finally, I'm throwing in the following bonuses...
Don't forget... If my ebook does not live up to your expectations) I will refund 100% of your money!
Take a full 60 days to examine and start applying these teacher interview tips. That's right, 60 days to put this "teacher interview guide" to the test. If you aren't satisfied for any reason I will refund 100% of your money...No questions asked!
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- Specific questions to ask for a successful informational interview
- How to effectively network at networking events
- The best way to make an email introduction
- Quick ways to promote yourself
- Additional job hunting resources
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To a successful teaching career,
Marjan Glavac and Adam Waxler
P.S. The risk is on me - if you are not happy with Your Basic Guide To Acing ANY Teacher Interview, then a prompt refund is guaranteed.
Remember, every interview is the most important interview
Hi Mr. Waxler,
Thanks for checking up on me.
Yes, I had my "first" teacher interview April 27th and it went very well. I went to a job fair April 21st and she called me April 26th (she was really impressed by organizational skills).
I reviewed the "Ace Any Teacher Interview" book all week and before I went into the interview.
The principal really wants me at her school.
Thanks again for the manual;
I will let you know when I sign the contract.
P.S. I have another interview to schedule for next week as well so wish me luck!
I used the interview tips in my interview and I've gotten to the top two candidates out of 20 in two interviews.
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