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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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Connecting with other NBCTs provides the support that Teacher Leaders Need
Jennifer Dines, NBCTSeptember 4, 2019

Like many National Board Certified Teachers, I am proud to say that I serve in multiple teacher leadership roles in my school and within our district. My most demanding responsibility is serving as the leader of our school’s brand new Literacy Committee. Our school-wide instructional goal for the 2018-19 school year was to increase the number of grade-level readers in our building. And we did – increasing from 2.7% of students reading at grade level to 21.3%. This accomplishment took a lot of blood, sweat, and tears; our team was allotted 25 paid hours throughout the year to analyze data,…

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NBCT Store

Show your NBCT pride with the latest apparel and keepsakes from the National Board’s online store. Shop Now Note: The National Board’s online store is fulfilled by a third-party website operated by Target Marketing Group, a brand promotion and marketing services company.

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Teacher Agency Unleashed
Weidenhammer March 7, 2016

A version of old professional development joke goes something like this: A man dies and goes to heaven. Passing the pearly gates, he notices that there are plenty of folks from all professions and walks of life standing around, but no teachers. “Where are all the teachers?” he inquires of God. “Oh, they’re in professional development,” God replies. “In hell.” I used to tell various iterations of that joke to teachers when I was an instructional resource teacher in my district’s Office of Staff Development. (This version is from Edweek.) The fact that we had to acknowledge these expectations and…

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Core Connections Webinars

The National Board aims to be a professional resource for all educators. See below for access to our webinar series designed for all educators – National Board Certified Teachers, candidates pursuing certification, and any other educators, too. Please join us and feel free to share this information with colleagues. The Core Connections Webinars will resume in July when we host the National Board Academy. Thanks for your interest in our professional learning webinars. Read answers to webinar FAQs. Upcoming webinars Replays and Resources We recently hosted a webinar series focused on each of the National Board’s four…

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How to Help Teens Deal with the Challenges of Male and Female Gender Expectations
Ray Salazar, NBCTMarch 8, 2017

Through our teaching, socially conscious teachers aim to create learning environments that help students see themselves as change agents, if not in their society, at least in their own lives. Twenty-one years ago when I started teaching, I could simply say, “I teach.” But in the last few years, I’ve found that describing what I do is much more complex. In addition to the academic part of teaching, I find that I am helping students deal with social-emotional issues regularly. Too often, I learn about a student’s struggles with mental health. I learn about students who harmed themselves. I learn…

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Ten Tiny Teaching Tips To Try Today
Anne Gardner, NBCTFebruary 26, 2020

This blog was originally posted at Common Core Connection USA. From the minute the kids arrive, to the time you get home at night, we’ve got some Tiny Teaching Tips That Can Make a BIG Difference! Help your kids feel seen, from the moment they enter the classroom in the morning! 1. Use Photos and Binder Clips to Make Movable Pieces! These can be used as kids sign in (attendance), or even to select their lunch choices. They are also handy to show whether someone is in the restroom or for playing pieces for board games. Another thought. . . Personalize magnets, like Kadeen does,…

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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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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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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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