You guys after nine years at my school I've applied to teach at a fancy liberal private school closer to my home (better pay, better benefits, shorter commute NO STANDARDIZED TESTING.) I had my first interview on Monday and I was a fast-talking maniac. I'm SO bad at interviews! Luckily I have a good reputation at the school (I did my student teaching there) and I think that combined with less-spazzy written application bumped me to the next round. So on Monday I am going to the school for a FULL DAY to interview again and teach a sample lesson. The teaching is going to be fine but the idea of another interview with seven people staring at me while I sweat and fumble my words is a nightmare. Please give me your best tips for interviewing!