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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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The Digital Divide: National Board Teachers Have Arrived “Tips for Engaging & Educating Your Students During Uncertain Times”
Ursela Garvin, NBCTApril 7, 2020

It’s hard to believe that just two weeks ago; I was happy in my classroom teaching, answering questions, building relationships with my students and preparing them for upcoming summative assessments. I really love a routine and I had it perfected. I never would’ve thought that today, I’m preparing to address my 206 students virtually via Google Classroom for the second week in a row.  I had a week to prepare for this transition and was provided the opportunity to implement my strategies during my scheduled virtual classes last week. As a National Board Certified Teacher, I am always implementing and…

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Senior Manager, Technology Projects

Job Summary: The National Board seeks a Senior Technology Project Manager to provide project management and support for cross-team and cross-functional technology projects that support core business requirements and key initiatives. Reporting to the VP, Technology, this role will be responsible for research, implementation, process creation and improvement, training, technical assistance, and user adoption. The projects will range in scope with a majority focused around data from the National Board’s extensive Salesforce database and integrating various technical systems. This role will also work closely with and provide technical support to the communications team specifically with the e-marketing platform and data.…

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Associate, Communications

Job Summary: The Communications and Engagement Associate facilitates National Board communication with networks, teachers, education leaders, and the public by producing, editing, and managing visual and written content for the National Board’s website, email communications and social media channels.  Additionally, the associate will assist in developing and sending National Board messages for external distribution, including monthly email blasts, newsletters, marketing collateral, press releases and policy reports. Summary of Key Responsibilities: Draft and edit web content, including blogs, newsletters and social media posts and maintain editorial calendars; Drive and implement all aspects of the National Board’s social media strategy; Manage content…

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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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ePortfolio System Outage

On Wednesday, May 15, just prior to the ePortfolio submission deadline, we experienced a brief system outage that may have interfered with some candidates’ ability to submit their material. We apologize for this outage and the impact it may have had on you. At the National Board, we know that teachers put their heart and their time into the work of Board certification. We’re committed to providing all affected candidates with equal access to the ePortfolio system to submit their portfolios. We have reached out to affected candidates. We apologize for any impact this brief system outage had on you.…

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Letting go of “We’ve always done it this way” (Part 2 of 3)
David B. Cohen, NBCTJuly 5, 2016

If you want to start with Part One in this series of blog posts, here’s the link, though the sequencing is not essential. Being a National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) is a source of pride for me, providing both a sense of professional accomplishment and sense of professional companionship with leaders in my field. The certification process provides us with a shared set of concepts and terms we can use to guide our ongoing learning and the improvement of our practices. Sometimes, the quest for improvement keeps us in comfortable territory, eager to try new materials and lessons that fit…

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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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Can Executive Function Skills be a School-wide Focus?
Beckett Haight, NBCTOctober 23, 2018

I would be willing to contend that every teacher has had that moment when for some reason they were next to a student who opened their backpack and it was filled with handfuls of loose papers, maybe one notebook for all subjects, and sometimes an old snack at the bottom. Or you may be able to easily think of those students in your class this year who don’t know when things are due, struggle to hit deadlines, spend half the independent work time in class doing other things, or generally wait until the last minute to get work done. These…

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