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Privacy Policy

NATIONAL BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL TEACHING STANDARDS PRIVACY POLICY This Privacy Policy was last updated on June 17, 2014. The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, its affiliates and subsidiaries (collectively “we,” “our,”  “us,” or “the National Board”) recognizes that its Users, and others who use www.nbpts.org, www.nbctlink.org, or other Web sites owned or operated by National Board (collectively or individually “Users”) value their privacy. The National Board created this Privacy Policy in order to demonstrate our commitment to fair information practices and the protection of privacy. This Privacy Policy details important information regarding the use and disclosure of Users information…

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General Terms

TERMS OF USE 1. GENERAL The effective date of this Agreement is September 7, 2007. The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards its affiliates and subsidiaries (the “National Board,” “we,” “our,” or “us”) welcomes you to NBPTS.org. The following rules govern the use by you of NBPTS.org. BY USING AND/OR VISITING THIS WEB SITE (collectively, including all Content available through the NBPTS.org domain name, the “Site,” or “the National Board Site”), YOU SIGNIFY YOUR ASSENT TO BOTH THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (the “Terms of Use”) AND THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE NATIONAL BOARD PRIVACY POLICY, WHICH ARE INCORPORATED HEREIN…

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Requirements for Exceptions and Portfolio Submission during COVID-19

This page provides a summary of exceptions and portfolio submission requirements for candidates pursuing certification, Renewal, or Maintenance of Certification in 2019-20, 2020-21, and/or deferring to 2021-22. If you are a candidate in 2020-21, see these resources for full option descriptions, including deadlines for seeking deferrals to 2021-22. Flexible options for initial certification — 2020-21 Flexible options for MOC candidates — 2020-21 Flexible options for Renewal candidates — 2020-21 Requirements for Exceptions and Portfolio Submission during COVID-19 The National Board is committed to ensuring you have flexibility for successfully completing and submitting portfolio components during a time when COVID-19 has…

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Why More Teachers Should Use Podcasts
Ray Salazar, NBCTMay 13, 2016

When we started the third of four quarters in February, I gave up on getting my students to read outside of class. Despite the fact that the approaching ACT and an AP English Language test were a couple months away, I said, “No more reading Atlantic articles for homework. Now,” I told them, “I need you to listen.” So every week, I’ve been assigning podcasts from NPR’s the Hidden Brain. The homework completion rate? Almost 100%. Podcasts continue to gain popularity. But I didn’t give this assignment to join the bandwagon. I did it because of the thought-provoking experiences I…

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Initial Certification Components

Component 1: Content Knowledge As a candidate, you take this computer based assessment in the spring of the year you purchase Component 1. We will update this section with more information early in 2021. If you have questions about scheduling an appointment to take Component 1: Content Knowledge, please go to the Pearson VUE customer support page at: https://home.pearsonvue.com/nbpts/contact or call 888-288-3028. You may also find answers to COVID-19 FAQs: https://home.pearsonvue.com/Test-takers/Resources.aspx?ot=collapse156 Component 2: Differentiation in Instruction Evidence Collected Online – Clarification Some candidates have asked whether they can use evidence collected online for their student work samples, summative assessment materials…

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My App Helps Fill a Void
Nivvi Tareen, NBCTAugust 16, 2017

I couldn’t have been more excited – during a staff meeting, my principal told me that soon my students would receive iPads. They would be ready to use and would be a great learning tool! There was a catch that left me feeling deflated. It was made clear that I could only use apps that were approved under two federal guidelines: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). These requirements left me with a limited quantity of apps to choose from and meant that however we chose to use the iPads…

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Letting go of “We’ve always done it this way” (Part 2 of 3)
David B. Cohen, NBCTJuly 5, 2016

If you want to start with Part One in this series of blog posts, here’s the link, though the sequencing is not essential. Being a National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) is a source of pride for me, providing both a sense of professional accomplishment and sense of professional companionship with leaders in my field. The certification process provides us with a shared set of concepts and terms we can use to guide our ongoing learning and the improvement of our practices. Sometimes, the quest for improvement keeps us in comfortable territory, eager to try new materials and lessons that fit…

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We need to change our high-school students’ expectations about teacher feedback
Ray Salazar, NBCTJanuary 7, 2020

At the beginning of the year, my Chicago Public Schools high-school students expressed lots of frustration because I didn’t write any comments on their first major essay. “You need to give us feedback,” they demanded. Some doubted I read their essays because I didn’t make a mark. I explained that one of my goals as a teacher has become to build my students’ independence, thus fighting against the image of students stretching out their hands like fans at a rock concert, fluttering their paper for the teacher’s attention. I also fight against the ugly co-dependence that arises when teachers feel…

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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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Social Media for Teachers
Laura Gardner, NBCTMay 26, 2017

If you’re not yet using social media to connect with students, parents and other teachers, you’re missing out! Read on to find out simple ways to use social media to celebrate students, inform parents and the community, connect with other teachers and generally up your game! What Apps? Each app has a specific audience and purpose in education. Facebook is great for connecting with parents; they love to tag each other in posts that include students. Twitter is my favorite for connecting with other educators, especially Twitter chats (here is a pretty comprehensive list of Twitter education chats). Instagram and…

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