I originally posted this under "job seekers", but I thought that maybe more experienced pre-k teachers could give me some insight. I had a interview at a charter school that I am really interested in. I have taught in Public School for 4 years (kind & 1) and currently teach pre-K at a private school. The interview went really well and their second step is a classroom observation. I didn't think it was a good idea for him to come in my class and observe me. This would let my current employer know that I am looking for another job, and I dont wont her to think I am unhappy. So I told him as another option I would send a video of my teaching. He said that would be okay, but he wants it to be one hour long. My question is....What part of the classroom day should I video tape. In pre-k the lessons are not that long. They are like 15 minutes. then some small group activities. So I really don't know where to start ??????????