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Interview questions: teacher working with pupils with EBD

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Last updated on 16 November 2016
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Are there examples of interview questions for a teacher who will work with pupils with EBD? One of our associate education experts has provided examples of interview questions for a teacher who will work with pupils with emotional and behavioural difficulties (EBD).

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  1. 1 Questions: knowledge of the role
  2. 2 Questions: experience of working with pupils who have EBD
  3. 3 Questions: teaching strategies and support
  4. 4 Questions: programmes of support
  5. 5 Questions: safeguarding and the use of physical restraint
  6. 6 Questions: working with pupils in a PRU/AP setting

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