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For many language centres around the world, there are a huge number of problems they have to face in order to get the best teachers they can to suit their school needs and budget. To ask for a demonstration lesson as part of the recruitment process is for some an extremely challenging concept.
Firstly I would like to present the reasons why schools may not opt for this critical part of the teachers recruitment:
- The teacher may be outside the country and not willing to come to your country simply in the off chance their demonstration lesson may be successful and they may get a job.
- The concept of a demonstration lesson does require someone who is highly knowledgeable about teaching to view it and give feedback and the school may not have one on their team.
- This person who is observing may not be the…
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