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Teacher Interview 
Interview for teacher candidates
Rubric Code: P248X8X
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Subject: Education  
Type: (Other)  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Notes

0 pts

Degree

Degree in Education

Poor

Candidate has a degree from a secular or Christian university, but is not willing to pursue coursework or degree in education.
Fair

Candidate has a degree from a secular or Christian university, but not in education. He/She is willing to pursue a coursework or degree in education.
Good

Candidate has a degree in education from a secular university. Or, for MS/HS, they possess a degree in the content area they will be teaching and have experience teaching.
Excellent

Candidate has a degree in education (bachelor's or higher) from a Christian university. MS/HS candidate has a concentration in the subject content he/she will be teaching.
Notes
Biblical Worldview

Christian Experience/Biblical Worldview

Poor

Candidate may or may not confess a relationship with Christ. He/she did not exhibit indicators that he/she possesses an understanding of biblical worldview or worldview drastically differs from biblical worldview.
Fair

Candidate confesses a relationship with Christ; however, Biblical worldview may be formed by conflicting worldview of our program. May periodically attend church, but not actively developing biblical worldview.
Good

Candidate possess relationship with Christ, but may not be significantly mature in their faith and biblical worldview. Limited church attendance/involvement, Bible study, etc., that would develop their biblical worldview.
Excellent

Candidate possesses a mature relationship with Christ and understands importances of biblical worldview. Involved in church, Bible study, etc., to actively develop his/her biblical worldview.
Notes
Curriculum

Knowledge and experience with Christian curriculum

Poor

Candidate has no knowledge and experience with Christian curriculum, such as BJU, Abeka, Purposeful Design, etc.
Fair

Candidate has little knowledge and experience with Christian curriculum, such as BJU, Abeka, Purposeful Design, etc.
Good

Candidate has adequate knowledge and experience with Christian curriculum, such as BJU, Abeka, Purposeful Design, etc.
Excellent

Candidate has extensive knowledge and experience with Christian curriculum, such as BJU, Abeka, Purposeful Design, etc.
Notes
Classroom Management

Level of experience implementing classroom management skills

Poor

Candidate has very little classroom management experience or plan
Fair

Candidate has some classroom management experience from student teaching
Good

Candidate has an understanding of the skills needed to effectively manage a classroom
Excellent

Candidate has the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively manage a classrroom
Notes
Teaching Reflection/Experience

Level of response when asked to reflect on teaching experiences

Poor

Candidate shows minimal ability to reflect on relevant experiences
Fair

Candidate can reflect on small number of relevant experiences
Good

Candidate can reflect on a variety of relevant experiences
Excellent

Candidate can reflect on a wide variety of relevant experiences
Notes
Ability to self-reflect in responses

Can identify strengths and weaknesses, approach to conflict, and other areas when asked to self-reflect.

Poor

Presentation of self-reflection not comprehensive and lacks conviction or focus
Fair

Presents some self-reflection in a matter of fact way, but not in a meaningful or connected manner
Good

Presents self-reflection, but not with complete confidence in his/her responses
Excellent

Presents self-reflection with clarity, relevance, confidence and enthusiasm
Notes
Parent Relationships/Communication

Level of understanding of appropriate parent-teacher-school relationship and how to effectively communicate.

Poor

Lack of understanding of the student-parent-teacher-school relationship and how to partner with parents
Fair

Demonstrates minimal depth of understanding of the student-parent-teacher-school relationship and how to partner with parents and little or no experience doing so
Good

Demonstrates adequate depth of understanding of the student-parent-teacher-school relationship and how to partner with parents and some experience doing so
Excellent

Demonstrates a full and comprehensive understanding of the role of parents in the student-parent-teacher-school relationship and how to partner with them for the benefit of the student. Significant experience doing so
Notes
PD goals

Goals for professional development

Poor

Candidate demonstrated no long-term plans or goals in professional development
Fair

Candidate has some ideas of future goals in professional development, but did not specifically express what the goals are
Good

Candidate has direction of goals in professional development and a plan to achieve desired goals
Excellent

Candidate has detailed plans and is in process in achieving desired goals in professional development
Notes
Ability to contribute to school

Any skills/interests that could support other areas of our program?

Poor

Has minimal skills to contribute
Fair

Has some relevant skills and can contribute
Good

Has a range of skills and ability to contribute
Excellent

Has a wide range of relevant skills and demonstrates ability to contribute
Notes
Professional Dress/Demeanor

Interview "presence" through attire and attitude during interview.

Poor

Demeanor and dress is not professional
Fair

Candidate's demeanor and dress possessed minimal degree of professional presentation. t
Good

Candidate's demeanor and dress possessed a reasonable degree of professional presentation
Excellent

Candidate's demeanor and dress possessed a high degree of professional presentation
Notes



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