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Five Insights from Running a School Newspaper
Ray Salazar, NBCTJanuary 30, 2018

School newspapers can be daunting, frightening ideas for teachers and administrators. Adults fear irresponsible reporting that proves to be gossip about the school, a staff member, or student. Or there’s the fear that some piece of news in the school paper will catch the attention of the mainstream news media and vans of reporters and cameras will bombard the school. Or there’s a fear that the poor quality of writing will embarrass the school. With the decrease in newspaper readership across the country and limited budgets, it’s easy for schools to decide against continuing to publish a school paper. But…

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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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National Endowment for the Humanities Reinvigorated My Teaching Career, and We Should Want More of That
Jonathon Medeiros, NBCTJanuary 22, 2018

“The world belongs to those who can imagine it.” – Luis Valdez Teachers hear many voices over the course of a career. We hear our own voices driving us. We hear students’ voices. We hear the voices of the public, sometimes calling us names, and the voices of our colleagues and administrators calling us in many directions at once. We also hear voices echoing from offices at the District or State or farther afield. Luis Valdez, activist, playwright, and director of Teatro Campesino, was a guest lecturer and inspiring voice at a summer course I attended recently. We studied 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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Sometimes life gets in the way, but that doesn’t mean give up
Edie Guerra, NBCTJanuary 13, 2020

On August 13, 2016 I began my National Board journey. Little did I know at this time I would also embark on another journey. Because my school district and teacher’s union supports National Board, I was able to encourage 10 teachers at my school to join me in this work. The local union arranged for educators to provide us with support, meeting regularly, reading our portfolios and doing what they could to help make us successful. It’s also worth noting that our union also provided financial supports. There is much to learn – the standards and more – and the…

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You’d Think We’d Have School Figured Out by Now, Right?
David B. Cohen, NBCTMarch 13, 2018

Thousands of studies, hundreds of thousands of schools, and millions of teachers, decades of practice… you’d think we’d have school figured out by now, right? And in many ways, I think we do. It’s not mysterious work. For every problem in schools today, there are answers. We have plenty of models to learn from, to improve literacy and numeracy, to start project-based learning and service learning programs, to institute trauma-informed schooling, to educate students with special needs, to integrate technology, maker-spaces, engineering and design, to improve teacher induction and mentorship, to foster professional learning communities, to redesign teacher evaluation, compensation,…

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Humbling and Transformative: The Path to Becoming an NBCT
Maura Anderson, NBCTMarch 24, 2017

I fell in love with teaching the summer I worked as a camp counselor for kids with disabilities. I was on my break between my sophomore and junior year of college. That summer, I was assigned to work with an eight-year-old boy who had an emotional disability and he stole my heart. I promptly told my parents that I wanted to become a special education teacher and I never looked back. I was thrilled when my first day of school as a special educator arrived. I was the teacher who was going to change the world and knew everything at…

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National Board California Advocacy Program

Every student deserves to have an accomplished teacher. Two National Board Advocates will work toward this goal by leading advocacy efforts to grow accomplished teaching in California. Apply today for this unique opportunity to impact students and education. This is a non-employee, stipended position. National Board California Advocates will: Have a meaningful and high-impact role supporting efforts to grow accomplished teaching and National Board Certification in California Expand professional connections, including with state leadership and policymakers Work directly with National Board staff Collaborate with other California advocates and NBCTs Great applicants are: Passionate advocates for National Board certification and student…

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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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Stop Celebrating Teacher Self Sacrifice
Lory Peroff, NBCTNovember 18, 2019

“My son’s teacher woke up early to attend his 8am baseball game & cheer him on the sidelines!  She makes sure to attend one extracurricular activity for EVERY one of her students.  Her love and support is so special.” “Mr. Tom is such a great teacher.  He wakes up early every morning to get to school and stays late every night working tirelessly with students.” “Mrs. Ching is an outstanding educator who brings in healthy snacks from home every day to make sure all her students have a nutritious breakfast.” Social media is full of these feel good posts. These…

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