The Recruiting And Selection Method In The Southwood School

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Organizations hope to find the best and the most qualified candidates that will take their company to the next level. The recruitment and selection method is the most difficult job but yet most important when a job becomes available. Recruiting is the process of finding a number of qualified job candidates to choose from (Megan, D, 2014 p. 85). In order to select the right candidates, it is important for organizations to use proper staffing plans and forecasting to help them determine the number of candidates that they will need (Megan, D, 2014 p. 85).
The Southwood School, had realized that they had a high number of employee turnover and decided that they needed to implement a better strategy in their recruiting and selection method. The school’s previous interview questions were simple and set up just about the job. Each candidate’s background, teaching style, and
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How do you make sure you meet the needs of a student with an Individual Education Plan IEP (Teach Hub)? It is important for the principal and HR manager to know that the candidate can go the extra mile to help special needs students. An IEP might include extra time on test, reading test questions, using textbook on test and many more (Teach Hub).
2. What would you do to motivate parents to become involved in their child’s education? Some parents do not have any idea about how their children are doing in school or what they are learning. It is important to know the candidate will be able to effect a change to get every parent involved in their child’s education. They should develop strategies that can help parents get involved in reading with their children, assisting in school projects, checking homework and many more (teaching community).
3. What differentiates your teaching strategy from other candidates? It is important to pick candidates whose students would strive for nothing but the best. It is important for teachers to have major teaching techniques in order to help their students

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