So, after quitting my physics Ph.D grad program last semester, I got my physics teaching license with the aim to be a high school teacher. Teaching and tutoring were my favorite things in undergrad and my one semester in grad school, so I've decided to do it for a living. I have a few months of experience teaching an SAT prep course, 2 years as a physics tutor, and a semester as a teaching assistant, but no formal teaching education. I have my first interview for a high school physics teaching position tomorrow at a charter school. Anything in particular I should expect? I've been on plenty of interviews in my life, but none of them have been for a teaching position like this.