The one interview question I really HATE is this: "How do you handle the consistently disruptive student in the classroom?" especially when the interviewer keeps throwing out, "what if they keep doing it?" It's almost like they're waiting for me to cave and say something like, "Well, that's why YOU'RE here!" What I usually say is something like this: "With the proper practice of procedures students are very clear on what I expect from them, and that my one rule is that no one hinder another student's right to learn. I also try to mention how I do all I can to solve the problem in house because I don't think a student can benefit academically if they are in the office all of the time. For those occasions when handling it in the classroom doesn't work, I would defer to the school's discipline policy." Any help or advice you have on how to answer this question would be greatly appreciated. I have an interview on Monday and I really want it to go perfectly!