Hello everyone! After being a Long Term Sub for special ed for the entire school year, I am in the process of applying to jobs to finally find a "home." I've applied to a good amount of jobs and on Friday I'm going to my third interview. I felt as if the first two interviews were good practice interviews, but this third one is in a district that would be ideal so I really need to hit the ball out of the park. I applied on Monday and on Tuesday I got an email that let me sign up for a screening interview time. I think I was the first one to sign up because I saw a whole bunch of times throughout the day on Friday in 10 minute increments. My plan is to prepare for and treat it like a regular interview. I've learned a lot from my previous two interviews about what materials from my portfolio I could add to better answer questions. Those interviews have really allowed me to reflect and perfect my interviewing skills. The page online said that I didn't need to bring any materials with me but I'm assuming that means resume, cover letter etc. because those can be printed from the online application. I'm wondering what questions to even prepare for...maybe the "tell us about yourself" and possibly something on teaching style. Ten minutes seems like nothing. I've heard of others having 20-30 minute screening interviews. Has anyone experienced a screening interview this short or have any ideas for how I could make it past this first round?