Feeling nervous about your teacher interviews?

I'll show you how to prepare for your elementary teacher interviews, step-by-step, so you can walk through those school doors feeling as confident as a toddler in an Elsa costume at the grocery store.

Download this FREE, 12-page PDF guide so you can stop tossing and turning at night and learn exactly what I did to land my dream job  - and what I taught hundreds of student teachers so they could do the same. 

Inside this Resource, You will Learn:

The Week Before:

Get step-by-step info about what to do the week before your interview to provide a customized experience for the school and give yourself that extra edge over your competition... even before you enter the school.

Your Teaching Portfolio:

Get clear about what to include in your teaching portfolio so you can enjoy that satisfying nod of approval from your interviewers because it's clear to them that you are capable and confident (even if you feel like you don't have it all figured out yet).

The Most Challenging Interview Questions

Discover the most challenging questions interviewers ask so you don’t look like that kid who you just caught not listening in class again when they ask you the hard questions.

What to Ask the School:

Choose from a list of 25 questions to ask the school so you don’t get stuck in a job situation you hate and with an administration that doesn’t support or respect you. Seriously, save yourself the stress.

The Day Of the Interview

Learn what to do the day of (and after) your interview so you walk away feeling empowered and confident, celebrating that great experience in the sunshine on a patio sipping a venti Starbucks latte instead of crying in your car and wondering what went wrong.

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Hey there, I'm Lori

I was born in Melfort, Saskatchewan, Canada, and grew up in a half-dozen little prairie towns because my dad was a Royal Canadian Police Officer. No he did not ride a horse, even though he was bow-legged.

I’ve lived in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Thailand, and Japan, and I funded these adventures by being a nanny at 19 years old, then picked gherkins, watermelons, and planted tomatoes on farms and even worked as a chicken sampler in a grocery store in New Zealand. 

I earned $220,000 in research funding for my PhD and have published numerous articles in international, peer-reviewed journals that nobody will ever read.

The most rewarding job I ever had was creating the R.E.A.D.Y. for School Academy and serving thousands of new teachers with my Beginning Teacher Talk podcast. 

And yes, the story about landing a job at my dream school, Mike Mountain Horse Elementary in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, is true. I even taught the superintendent's granddaughters... 😁 #holycowthatwascary 
Want me to show you how I did it? 

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