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Exit Interview 101


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Title: Exit Interview 101

Exit Interview 101
  • the whats, whys, whens, and hows...

  • Your exit interview evidence is a compilation of
    your student teaching greatest hits
  • The evidence should demonstrate your teaching
    philosophy in theory and in practice
  • The evidence should also demonstrate your
    compliance with the program and university
  • Your evidence must be
  • Electronic (Word document, PowerPoint, JPEG . . .
  • Saved as a webpage
  • Posted to the History/Social Sciences SharePoint

The Exit Interview
  • All students in History 400 will participate in
    an end of semester Exit Interview prior to being
    recommended for certification
  • Exit Interview Rationale
  • It is not the Spanish Inquisition
  • It is an opportunity to
  • practice your interview techniques
  • talk about yourself and your accomplishments
    during student teaching
  • showcase evidence from your portfolio

  • The completion of the program exit interview is
    required in order to be recommended for
    certification by the History/Social Sciences
    Teacher Certification Program.

  • Exit Interviews will be conducted on the Friday
    of Finals Week
  • Time slots and Interview Teams will be randomly
  • Students will be given one opportunity to
    participate in the exit interview. Interviews
    cannot be rescheduled or made up.

Exit Interview Set Up
  • Read the Exit Interview Rubric carefully before
  • Your exit interview materials will consist of
    twenty pieces of evidence, one for each of the
    standards on the Exit Interview Rubric.
  • You may use more than one piece of evidence to
    illustrate a particular standard. If you do this
    they must all be saved in the same document. See
    the sample interview portfolio for examples.
  • You may use each piece of evidence only once
    throughout the exit interview (This does not mean
    the matrices!!!)

How Should I Format My Exit Interview Evidence?
  • Standard at the top
  • Paragraph description
  • Evidence
  • Visit the Sample Portfolio for examples

Exit Interview Continued
  • As part of your exit interview, you will access
    the History Social Sciences Share Point site and
    upload your exit interview evidence to the
    appropriate folders
  • Saving your documents as a webpage allows your
    exit interview team to view your material quickly
    and efficiently

Saving a Document as a Web Page
  • Open the document you wish to save as a web page
  • Select Save As Web Page from the File menu
  • Congratulations! You have just saved a document
    as a webpage

Whats Next?
  • Start working on your Exit Interview Evidence at
    the start of your Student Teaching Experience
    (History 400)
  • Read all 20 standards on the Exit Interview
  • Ask questions if you are unsure how to interpret
    a particular standard
  • Sit down with your cooperating teacher to discuss
    different ways you can meet the standards
  • Think about how to leave a paper trail of your

Whats Next?
  • Look for areas of weakness
  • Think about how you can use your student teaching
    experience to strengthen areas of weakness
  • Lessons, extra curricular activities,
    professional development, etc.
  • Have a Plan!
  • Know the Exit Interview Rubric
  • Start thinking now about how you can collect
    superior evidence for your Exit Interview Folder

Final Thoughts
Stay Positive Teach Hard but Play Hard too
And Remember. . .
You too can survive the Exit Interview!
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