So, I'm soon to be a first year teacher IF I ever get a job. I had an interview today and I think I blew it. I would LOVE to work in this district but, I did not articulate my answers in the interview very well. My anxiety gets a hold of me and therefore my knowledge and ideas become a blur. It was at the second or third question that after I began to answer I realized I couldn't remember the original question. I actually said, "I'm sorry. I'm really nervous. Can your repeat the question." The question was repeated and I still couldn't answer the question. It wasn't that it was a diffiuclt question, it was my nerves and soon paranoia. I asked if we could skip it and come back to it. They obliged. Meanwhile, this was all videotaped! I made a joke about it in the interview and stated, "Great! This is all caught on tape too. Can I get a copy after this is over?" They chuckled but, it made it difficult for me to move on. So, do I state anything in the thank you letter about it. Obviously, I do not want to emphasize what happened but do I write something like, "Please don't be misled by my nervousness during our meeting today, instead view my nervousness as my excitement and desire at the prospect of working in your district." Or something else? I'm just wondering if I should forget it and use it to triumph the glitch during the interview.