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Taking responsibility for professional practices
David B. Cohen, NBCTJuly 29, 2016

This blog post is the conclusion in a series of three posts suggesting we can push accomplished teachers even further with regard to some professional practices. Part One suggested that teachers must be more willing to meet students and families where they are – online. Part Two focused on the need to improve practices around homework, assessment, and grading. National Board Certified Teachers understand and exemplify the drive to improve teaching, and the value of working with professional peers. The certification process demands clear evidence, convincing analysis, and consistent reflection that will lead to that improvement. Like most teachers, NBCTs…

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When Human Life is Quiet, We Can Hear What’s Important
Megan Allen, NBCTMay 26, 2020

I listen to NPR frequently in the mornings (self-confession of a middle-aged woman). One story in particular this week pointed out something I have been noticing lately—it sounds like my neighborhood birds have multiplied and found microphones. During the past eight (gulp) weeks of hunkering down at home, the songbirds in my small Massachusetts town are in full force and not practicing social distancing—but chirping loudly, early, and in a beautifully large symphonic nature.  People are noticing this phenomenon in more places than my sleepy little New England town. In one call with a colleague in New York City, he…

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National Board certification in Jackson, MS

National Board certification provides Jackson educators with a pay raise! The state provides an annual salary supplement of $6,000 to eligible NBCTs for the life of the National Board certificate.  Learn more at an upcoming info session. Jackson State University recently hosted an information session. This virtual session covered the certification process, the support available at JSU, financial incentives and more. Watch the replay! World Class Teaching Program The Southwest Mississippi World-Class Teaching Initiative is one of six World Class Teaching Programs that supports Mississippi teachers as they seek National Board Certification. The state of Mississippi funds the World-Class Teaching…

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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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Benefits of Project-Based Learning
Java Robinson, NBCTOctober 12, 2016

Over the years there have been many changes in the way instruction is delivered to students in public education. Gaining popularity in recent years, one of the most promising models of instruction is project-based learning (PBL). In PBL, students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an engaging and complex question, problem, or challenge.  Many accomplished teachers are looking for ways to use project-based learning in their classroom. Marty Sugerik, a Project-Based Learning Specialist and Trainer, provides insights into implementing effective project-based learning at any school in Career Pathway Courses.…

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Navigating My Career Pathway
Lorna Baniaga-LeeMay 15, 2019

Ten years ago, after earning the maximum professional development credits and reaching the highest class in our teacher pay-scale, I began to wonder if there was more for me. How could teachers in my situation afford the cost of continued professional development without financial incentive? To think that my current path, my growth as a teacher, might stop there, made me uneasy. How would I continue to grow so I could provide the best for my students? Becoming an administrator did not appeal to me at the time, but building leadership skills did. So I began  volunteering to take on…

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Education on the Pulse of Change: Virtually Closing the Gap
Elizabeth Brown-Davis, NBCTJuly 27, 2020

The surge in media coverage on the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protests overwhelmingly exposes systemic oppression within our country’s institutions. Of such institutions, public education embodies an oppressive system adversely impacting various ethnic subgroups. Studies indicate that inequitable structures in education sustain negative outcomes for Black male students, especially those with disabilities (Booker, 2018). Inequitable structures include, (but are not limited to), biased standardized testing, a lack of resources, inexperienced teachers (Harris, Ingle & Rutledge, 2016). Distant learning amplifies structural inequities for disadvantaged African American male students with ADHD. The inequity of e-learning is amplified by the…

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Advocacy for National Board Certification

Join us in elevating the teaching profession to ensure great teaching for all students National Board Certified Teachers and policymakers are driving change by creating a world-class teaching profession through the National Board Certification process. Please share these resources supporting Board Certification and do your part to advocate for Board Certification. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJk3JLkclFI&t=7s Key Advocacy Resources Impact Brief State Incentives Chart Using Federal Grants for Board Certification Advocacy Toolkit NBCTs are leading during the COVID-19: Share ideas with policy leaders for recognizing and supporting teacher leadership. NBCTs are advocating for solutions to teacher shortages and teacher diversity: Drive…

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Why Certify?

Reasons to Certify? There are many reasons to become board-certified. Board-certified teachers prove their effectiveness in the classroom every day: Students learn more. A decade of research shows that students of Board-certified teachers learn more than their peers without Board-certified teachers. Studies have also found that the positive impact of having a Board-certified teacher is even greater for minority and low-income students. Teachers improve their practice. Board Certification allows teachers to hone their practice, showcase their talent in the classroom and demonstrate their dedication to their students and their profession. Demonstrate a commitment to excellence. Schools with National Board Certified Teachers…

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Getting Started on National Board Certification During COVID

Download the pdf guide here: https://www.nbpts.org/wp-content/uploads/National-Board-Certification-During-COVID.pdf

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