I'm applying for special education teaching positions but I have no formal teaching experience. So no lesson plans, etc. Student work samples and such are classified since we're a clinic so those aren't things I can bring or copy to put in a portfolio. No parent newsletters, etc. Parent questions are sent to my higher ups and a few snippets of my input are included. I don't create IEPs, my supervisors and I just follow. Could I do it? Absolutely, I understand how and what not but I'm not a BCBA so I can't at my job. I was thinking of printing out a blank one and making up a "case" child but I don't know. If asked do I tell them in an interview that I don't actually create IEPs? I have my own ideas roughly about classroom management and all but I don't run anything. Classroom management is BCBA and supervisor ran. They'll take suggestions but at the end of the day their decision is how it goes. I want to make one but I've been stalling for 2 weeks on the educational philosophy. Everything just sounds so manufactured and cheesy and I don't know how I feel about leading with a quote. I just have big blanks on the education philosophy, classroom management, lesson plans, student work samples, etc parts. What exactly could I do to compensate for what I don't have and cannot have?