There are standard teaching interview questions and then there are the ones that are specific to our breed of teacher. Please pipe up with your input and help a sister out! Here are some things I'm thinking might be included:
How do you promote collaboration?
What is a challenge you have faced working in the library?
Describe a project you have collaborated on. How would you change it in the future?
What are your strengths/ weaknesses as a teacher?
Which of the three Information Power roles do you feel is the most important/ your strength/ etc.?
Describe an inservice you have planned for your teachers.
Three books you've read recently that you would share with students.
A teacher asked you for help finding a read-aloud, what would you recommend?
A student who hates reading is ushered in by a teacher who asks you to help him/her find a book. How do you help? (I actually have more trouble with the opposite... the ones who say they have read everything I suggest!)
Also, what am I going to ask them? I have a million questions, some of which I can answer by just doing some research, but I know I have to narrow it down. My ideas are... (please give feedback on these if you have any thoughts!)
What kind of schedule does the library use? Would I be in one building?
What kind of collaborative work is already happening?
Is there the library associate full or part time?
Also, I'd like to take my laptop to share things from my website which really shows all the things I'm doing. Is that acceptable?