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Interview tasks for a teaching assistant

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Last updated on 9 September 2015
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Do you have an interview task for a TA or SEN assistant? One of The Key's associate education experts suggests asking prospective teaching assistants (TAs) to work with a specific child. We also look at tasks that involve working with a group of children, and scenario-based written tasks.

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  1. 1 Interview task: working with a specific child
  2. 2 Interview task: working with a small group of children
  3. 3 Scenario-based written interview tasks
  4. 4 Using interview tasks as part of the recruitment process

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