Are you serious? Most helpful answer yet! Thank you!I'm a bit useless because I only ever had one job interview, but I could not cope being asked about data, unless '***** data' would be deemed an appropriate response.
The iPad question: blah blah blah intuitive design, empower students initially by getting them to teach you and show you what apps they like etc; use for reluctant writers for dictation feature or to record themselves and listen back and transcribe; use video function for assessment and evidence of learning and to show in parent interviews; take home and practise; say it's just like any other new implementation in the classroom - read about it, learn about it, practise in own time, seek advice from others, nail it!
Classroom stuff is hard to pin down. I usually start with my philosophy, because then you can answer a slightly different question. So I'm like 'I obvs am heaps sick at programming and planning and have experience in all learning areas with xyz age groups in con positive classes, but believe children cannot learn unless they feel safe and secure in the classroom. This is how I make this happen: focus on fostering positive relationships by xyz, value student voice, give them choice where possible, total awesome behaviour management. When you have good relationships with trust you intuitively know what works best for each student meaning that if you put in the time at the start of the year you can virtually program individually while of course maintaining high expectations of all' etc...
Probably none of this helps but I guess what I'm trying to say is that you know who you are as an educator and what you value. When you speak from that perspective you will come across as genuine and knowledgeable.
Also, don't be afraid to say you're nervous because this appointment/working at this particular school means a lot to you.
Good luck x
(Most annoyed that the best emoticons don't work on the app so you can't see how cute me bowdown is!)