Amanda Klare, NBCT

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Amanda Klare is a National Board Certified fourth-grade teacher at Beechwood Elementary School in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky. She is a Kentucky Hope Street Group fellow for the 2017-2018 school year and serves as a co-director of the Northern Kentucky Writing Project. This year she has started a teacher voice column called “Voices from the Classroom”; this online publication in the Northern Kentucky Tribune has allowed over twenty teachers to be published and share great things going on in their schools.
Five Core Propositions Applied
Amanda Klare, NBCTApril 10, 2018

For those of you who are at the beginning of your journey to become a National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT), you are about to become very familiar with the foundation of National Board Certification: the Five Core Propositions. Since I started my love affair with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, I have started to associate people from my professional learning network with each of the Five Core Propositions. I always say, “You are what you surround yourself with,” and lucky for me I am surrounded by amazing teacher leaders to strive to be like. Proposition 1: Teachers are…

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