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Guide to Candidate Options – Renewal, 2019-2020 School Year

Guide to Candidate Options – Renewal, 2019-2020 School Year Read this page as a .pdf Renewal Options for the 2019-20 School Year Due to COVID-19 As we seek to accommodate as many circumstances as possible, we’ve modified our spring deadlines and established a new Fall submission window for this year only. You have these options: Submit your Profile of Professional Growth by June 12 Submit your Profile of Professional Growth by the new October 16 deadline Defer your Profile of Professional Growth to next cycle Use as much of your evidence collected to date as you see fit Receive a…

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Guide to Candidate Options 2019-2020 school year – Certification

Guide to Candidate Options – Certification Read this page as a .pdf Options for Components in the 2019-20 School Year As we seek to accommodate as many circumstances as possible, we’ve modified our spring deadlines and established a new Fall submission window for this year only. For each component you selected for 2019-20, you have these options: Submit by the extended deadlines For Component 1, test by July 15, 2020 For Components 2-4, submit by June 12, 2020 Submit by the new fall October 16, 2020 deadline Switch one uncompleted component for a different one and submit by the extended…

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First-Time and Returning Candidate Resources

The National Board made changes to provide flexibility for successfully completing your portfolio submissions, Renewal or Maintenance of Certification during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more on our Pursuing National Board Certification during COVID-19 page. Create a National Board account to learn the latest National Board candidate news. Candidate Resources The resources on this page include certificate-specific standards and instructions, overviews of the certification components and important policy and procedure documents. Guides & FAQs Guide to National Board Certification Scoring Guide Choosing the Right Certificate Component 1: Content Knowledge Assessment Center Policy and Guidelines EAYA World Languages Candidates Prerequisite FAQ Certification…

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Incentives for Illinois NBCTs: Illinois Professional Educator Reciprocity

Illinois now offers full reciprocity for out-of-state teachers. The minimum requirements for an Illinois Professional Educator License for educators trained in other states include a bachelor’s degree and a comparable and valid educator license or certificate. What incentives are offered to NBCTs teaching in Illinois? Illinois offers a one-time $3,000 incentive for NBCTs in eligible rural/remote school districts. Please check this list of eligible school districts again in late spring 2021, as more districts may be added due to the release of updated Census information and a possible update in statue for eligibility requirements. Also, many Illinois school districts offer incentives for…

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ESEA should invest in the continuum of the education profession
Rachelle Moore, NBCTJanuary 27, 2015

Editor’s Note: Rachelle Moore, a Board-certified first-grade teacher from Seattle, testified before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee today on the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Schools Act (ESEA). The following is her testimony. To watch a video of the hearing and see the testimony of other witnesses, click here. http://www.help.senate.gov/hearings/hearing/?id=501f2541-5056-a032-5289-c10bc632ec00 To see the National Board press release about Moore’s testimony, click here: https://www.nbpts.org/newsroom/board-certified-teachers-urge-congress-use-esea-reauthorization-strengthen-teaching Thank you Chairman Alexander, Senator Murray, and distinguished committee members for the opportunity to speak today.  Good morning, everyone. My name is Rachelle Moore and I am a National Board Certified Teacher and…

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I Was Determined!
Erica Reid, NBCTDecember 12, 2018

My journey for National Board Certification was a long one! I felt the sting of disappointment three times. The first two I questioned myself as an educator. Was I in the wrong profession? Was I not an effective teacher? I was following the guidelines down to the letter. Why wasn’t I certifying? Still, I tried again. I knew I could do it. I just had to work a little harder. Results came on my third attempt, and, yet again, I did not certify. This time I was not only disappointed, but, I was angry. At myself, at National Board, the…

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5 Reasons Why Future Teachers Should Attend Teaching and Learning 2015
John Holland, NBCTMarch 11, 2015

Editor’s Note: Coming to Teaching & Learning? Check out John at his In-The-Classroom Workshop on Friday at 2:30 p.m. in Room 156 on Making the Standards Real in Early Childhood. He will discuss what accomplished teaching looks like to support child development in early childhood classrooms. This blog was also published on the Center for Teaching Quality blog and is reprinted with permission.   One of the most important questions I ask my teacher preparation candidates to consider is “Who benefits?”   There is so much in education that has become convoluted in terms of benefits. Who does does testing benefit? Students?…

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Time to Get Health Literacy off Life Support
Carol Hofer, NBCTAugust 18, 2020

It’s hard to compete with an octopus – no, not at arm wrestling – but at capturing and sustaining a young reader’s attention. Three hearts – in one body!  Blue blood — the real, not fake princess, stuff!  But just as COVID-19 changed how we teach, it’s time to change what we teach. As much as I love books about animals, we need to turn inward and learn more about us humans. Unlike cars, people don’t come with owner’s manuals, and the pandemic blew open the hood to expose a U.S. population that is health illiterate.  The National Assessment of…

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Why Latinx NBCTs Matter, Today, This month, and Always
L. Julianna Urtubey, NBCTOctober 4, 2019

Hip-hop artist and educator, Olmeca, wrote a poem called, “They Migrate, We Graduate.” Those four words accurately captured so many of our experiences as Latinx, bicultural-bilingual-binational students and now, just as importantly, as teachers. Our families, just like our students’ families, prioritized our future possibilities and opportunities over many times, their own comfort. When I see my students, I see myself. When I see their families, I see my family. Representation matters. Latinx students make up approximately 30% of our national student population and in many areas across the country, they make up greater than 50% of the population. The…

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The Reasons Why I Blog
Jennifer Dines, NBCTMay 27, 2016

At this year’s Teaching & Learning Conference, I stepped out of my comfort zone as a journalist and twitter-holic and into the role of a presenter. I was honored to be a part of the “Writing Our Future: Blogging for Educational Change and Personal Growth” panel, along with widely-read bloggers José Vilson, Renee Moore, and David Cohen as well as my fellow The Standard bloggers Ambereen Khan-Baker and Luann Lee. However, this was my first time speaking publicly about my blogging life, and I had to ask myself the question: Why do I blog? I knew it had to do…

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