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Last reviewed on 21 February 2017
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Do you have interview questions for a TLR for innovation and creativity? One of our associate education experts suggests interview questions on innovation and creativity, as well as some questions focused on ICT projects. We also link to some of our articles on pay for TLR positions.

A school leader asked us for examples of interview questions to ask when appointing a teacher to a post with a teaching and learning responsibility (TLR) for promoting innovation and creativity in the school, including a specific focus on ICT.

We asked Jeremy Bird, one of our associate education experts, for examples of interview questions for candidates applying for this TLR. He explained that his suggestions, set out below, should be adapted according to the specific duties listed in the job description.

Questions on innovation and creativity

Can you give examples of previous work that you have been involved in to promote creativity and innovation within the curriculum? How do you see your role impacting on a more creative approach in, for example, art and design? Which subjects would you focus on in order to develop creativity and innovation across the school? How would you ensure

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