Behavioral interviewing content & graphics

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Behavioral interviewing content & graphics

  1. 1. Combining Visuals and Theoretical Application for teaching Behavioral Interviewing
  2. 2. Objectives for this presentation 1. Create behavioral interviewing content and visuals for Bookbuilder. 2. Use Theoretical Applications (Gagne, UDL, DI, Marzano, UBD, Reigeluth, ARCS) for instructional lesson planning
  3. 3. Pre-Planning and Setup Introductory Video: Discussion about not getting a job because of behavioral interviewing Theoretical Applications: Gagne - gain attention Marzano – cues ARCS - increase interest
  4. 4. Pre-Planning and Setup Objectives: 1. Define behavioral interviewing and compare it to traditional interviewing 2. Describe the steps used to prepare for a behavioral interview 3. Practice behavioral interviewing Theoretical Applications: Gagne – Inform learner of objectives Marzano – Set objectives UBD – Established goals
  5. 5. Lesson Opening & Body Definition: Define behavioral interviewing, using • Audio definition • Table comparing behavioral to traditional interviewing • Sample questions Theoretical Applications: Gagne – Present stimulus material UDL – Multiple media and format Marzano – Nonlinguistic representations; Identify similarities/differences
  6. 6. Lesson Opening & Body Sample Job Announcement: When describing the steps in preparing for a behavioral interview, provide a sample job announcement and highlight needed skills. (next slide) Theoretical Applications: Gagne – Provide learner guidance UDL – Multiple media and format Marzano – Nonlinguistic representations; Reigeluth – Within-lesson sequence
  7. 7. Sample Job Announcement:
  8. 8. Lesson Opening & Body Behavioral Interview Questions: When describing the steps in preparing for a behavioral interview, provide links to behavioral interview “question banks,” as well as sample behavioral interview questions (next slide). Theoretical Applications: Gagne – Provide learner guidance UDL – Multiple media and format Marzano – Nonlinguistic representations; Identify similarities/differences
  9. 9. Links to Behavioral Interview Questions • Bank #1 • Bank #2 • Bank #3 • Bank #4 • Bank #5 Relevant Behavioral Interview Questions • “Tell about a time in which you had to perform multiple technical tasks.” • “Describe a time when you had to facilitate a group discussion to solve a problem.” • “Describe a situation where you had to be flexible in dealing with others.”
  10. 10. Lesson Opening & Body Behavioral Interview Questions: When describing the steps in preparing for a behavioral interview, describe the STAR method of answering behavioral interview questions by using a graphic organizer and a sample audio response (next slides). Theoretical Applications: Gagne – Provide learner guidance UDL – Multiple media and format Marzano – Nonlinguistic representations ARCS – Emphasize relevance
  11. 11. STAR answer to the question, “Describe a time you went above an beyond for a coworker.”
  12. 12. Lesson Closing & Evaluate Practicing the Interview: When describing how to practice for a behavioral interview, provide images of practicing and a video of a mock interview (next slide). Theoretical Applications: Gagne – Provide learner guidance UDL – Multiple media and format Marzano – Nonlinguistic representations ARCS – Emphasize relevance
  13. 13. Lesson Closing & Evaluate

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