I have been on a lot of interviews as of late and some are great and no response and some are so bad on the schools part that I'm glad they don't call me. One interview, they called at 7 at night the day before asking for an interview the next day, only doing them that day. I asked for a phone interview because I had to work, so I would do it on my break. They were fine with it. Then they called 15 minutes late after our time and asked me to plan a lesson in 15 minutes around a topic they send me and send it back. I told them I had to go back to work and that I don't plan lessons in 15 minutes but make very thorough plans, I'd be happy to send a plan I have written in the past but I cannot send a plan in 15 minutes. They said they didn't want me then and hung up. Another interview was with a lady who looked like she was going to fall asleep when I walked into the interview. She constantly interrupted me as I responded to questions. The school was in a high poverty area and she actually interrupted and yelled at me, "You still haven't said how your time overseas can be used as an experience for these kids! You started to get there and I thought you were going to go there but then you didn't." I can take criticism but it was just bad. She didn't like my response either that "These kids have probably never been farther than Walmart because they don't have a car, I don't think it's appropriate to stand in front of them and talk about how I lived on the other side of the world for two years." I get motivating kids to be better, but in much different ways.