O.k. pretty frustrated at this point. I had an interview on Wed that I'm overqualified for and haven't heard back yet. I was planning on sending this in either an email or note. Dear Mr. X and Mrs. Y: I would like to thank you for the opportunity to interview in XXXX. I enjoyed meeting with both of you and learning more about the Title 1 position and the other position. I am qualified for the position since I have held many different positions in the educational setting. I have been a teacher, a Title 1 interventionist in XXXXX teaching both math and reading groups, a tutor for testing and Orton-Gillingham lessons and an aide. For teaching to be successful it is a team effort and my experience in many different positions shows that I am willing to work on a team so that my students can be successful. It was great to see how the school that I attended for eight years has grown and changed for the better since I have attended there. I have many wonderful memories of going to school in XXXX and I would love to be a part of making learning fun and creating lasting memories for the students at XXXXX School. I look forward from hearing from you soon. Thank you!!! Feedback? I'm not sure what I do wrong in interviews. My resume packet gets attention more then when I fill out applications online. The only teaching jobs I got were over the phone and after that I moved away for the job. After 2 years I moved home and have had long term sub positions, part time title 1 and subbing. I also had some medical issues GI related. Since I perforated an ulcer it took me longer for me to become an OG teacher. Should I mention it in interview? I have some gaps in employment because of the medical. I'm not sure if I've grown more insecure since I haven't been successful in the interview. I just need someone to offer me a chance. I may not be the best interviewer (yes I do mock interviews and feedback is good.)but put me in a classroom and watch me interact with the kids. Help and how to ask for feedback?