Interview Questions for Chemistry Teachers:
1. Can you describe the most inspiring chemistry lesson you have attended?
Reveals more about the candidate and tests their ability to identify a great learning experience.
2. How would you go about integrating real-world applications into your lessons?
Demonstrates the ability to take abstract concepts and make them relevant to learners.
3. A student gets sulphuric acid in their eyes. How do you proceed?
Tests knowledge of health and safety protocols, the ability to remain calm, as well as problem-solving skills.
4. A student is failing your class. What motivational strategies do you use?
Tests the ability to motivate, inspire, and give helpful advice.
5. Students cannot cooperate during a group assignment. What do you do?
Tests problem-solving skills, the ability to encourage collaborative work, and the ability to make decisions under pressure.