A teacher friend who will be interviewing for jobs in the education field asked a question about the need for "portfolios" or handouts at an interview. She has heard that many job seekers will have some sort of handout to leave with the interviewers beyond a typical resume or application. So if you were either interviewing for a job, or interviewing people for a job, as a teacher, would you bring or expect to receive something beyond a resume (such as lesson plans, articles or outlines). Would your answer depend on what level of job the person is seeking? Would you bring (or expect to receive) something like a portfolio for an interview in administration such as a principal or superintendent staff? I'm sure I'm not phrasing this correctly, but thanks in advance for any advice or input on the question.