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If you were hired to teach in 'high-need' schools that are located in low-income communities, how would you handle teaching in a high-need school, and what experiences would have prepared you for the challenges in a high needs school?

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If you were hired to teach in 'high-need' schools that are located in low-income communities, how would you handle teaching in a high-need school, and what experiences would have prepared you for the challenges in a high needs school?

Explain how a skill or ability a person can possess to help ensure high academic achievement for all students and provide an example of how a person will effectively demonstrated their skill or ability in the past.

Briefly describe a professional, personal or academic challenge a person can and will overcome. What steps can a person take to address the challenge, and how will the experience contribute to a person success as a Teacher?

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Question 1: First you need to identify what a high-need school is, which generally means that students are poor and so is the school. The school may have limited financial resources or limited material resources. There may also be a negative mood throughout faculty or students at the school about the school itself. Test scores are low in a high needs school, and usually there are many newer, less experienced teachers at the school because there is high turnover of faculty and staff. These are some of the challenges these schools face. Now you can think of your experiences and learning and what would have helped you most to teach in one of ...

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