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Score Release FAQs for First-time and Returning Candidates

Score Release FAQs for First-time and Returning Candidates About Score Release Q: When will I receive my score results? A: Score results for the 2018-19 assessment cycle will be released by December 31, 2019. Any change to this date will be communicated. When an exact date is identified, our website will be updated. Monitor our Score Release page for updates. Back to Top Q: At what time, on the day that scores are released, will I be able to access my score report? A: We anticipate releasing scores by noon, CST on the date specified. At this time, we are unable…

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National Board Certification Overview

Every student deserves to be taught by an accomplished teacher National Board Certification was designed to develop, retain and recognize accomplished teachers and to generate ongoing improvement in schools nationwide. It is the most respected professional certification available in K-12 education. Created by teachers, for teachers, the National Board Standards represent a consensus among educators about what accomplished teachers should know and be able to do. Board certification is available in 25 certificate areas spanning 16 disciplines from Pre-K through 12th grade. The certification process requires that teachers demonstrate standards-based evidence of the positive effect they have on student learning…

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Why Pronouncing Students’ Names is Important to Building Relationships
Ambereen Khan-Baker, NBCTAugust 12, 2016

The beginning of the school year is a stressful period: teachers readjust to their school schedules, master new curricula, set up classrooms, learn new policies, and, finally, meet a new group of students.  The last part is most important to me, because it connects to the first step of the Architecture of Accomplished Teaching (AAT). That step is “knowing your students.”  Who are your students?  What are their needs?  Knowing your students also means learning how to say their names. Pronouncing students’ names correctly conveys important messages: I care about you, I accept you, and you are important to me.…

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Finding Meaning in Challenging Times
Laura Havill, NBCTMay 11, 2020

In times of crisis, humans seek meaning.  The ripple effects from the COVID-19 pandemic shook my existence. In the blink of an eye, my school was closed.  My colleagues were distanced. My materials and resources were across town. My students were out of reach. I was disoriented and disconnected. I went in search of answers. I turned on the news, flipped through social media, reached out to friends only to find confusion, misinformation, and catastrophizing. What I needed was guidance, clarity, and direction. The National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) emailed about a webinar concerning their response to the…

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Building Community: One at a Time
Colleen McDonald, NBCTJune 25, 2020

Yesterday a local farmer stopped me. “COLLEEEEEENNNN” his voice boomed from his truck across the yard, “I GOT A QUESTION FOR YA’, are teachers still gettin’ their full salary?” With schools still shuttered, students and teachers working from home, the budget vote just behind us, and mail-in ballots still waiting to be counted, this taxpayer was concerned. Unfortunately many are under the false assumption that with school now forcing students and teachers to work out of their homes, that teachers are in some way doing less, or not doing their full-time job which typically means 20, 25, or 125 students…

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