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My Opportunity to Meet the Press
Timothy Short, NBCTMay 24, 2017

Standing on a name card behind the set, microphone in hand, waiting to be announced to go on stage in front of a live and internet streaming audience, I turned to ask the moderator: “I wonder if this is what it is like to go on Meet the Press?” Recently I was asked to speak at The Atlantic magazine’s 3rd Annual Education Summit and I jumped at the professional learning opportunity. The Summit took place at the beautiful Knight Conference Center atop the Newseum in Washington D.C. on April 11, 2017. The topic I was there to discuss: teaching civics…

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Guide to Candidate Options – Renewal, 2019-2020 School Year

Guide to Candidate Options – Renewal, 2019-2020 School Year Read this page as a .pdf Renewal Options for the 2019-20 School Year Due to COVID-19 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. You have these options: Submit your Profile of Professional Growth by June 12 Submit your Profile of Professional Growth by the new October 16 deadline Defer your Profile of Professional Growth to next cycle Use as much of your evidence collected to date as you see fit Receive a…

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Candidate Support Programs and Facilitation

We have a range of resources available to National Board Candidate Support Program Leaders and Professional Learning Facilitators. Content will be updated as new materials are created. In addition, any COVID-19 related materials will be housed here. COVID-19 Candidates Allowance We have built a comprehensive plan to ensure equitable opportunities for all teachers pursuing National Board certification and Renewal during COVID-19. All information and resources for candidates can be found on the COVID-19 page. National Board Academy We hosted the National Board Digital Academy in July 2020 with sessions focused on equity, virtual learning, candidate support and more. The Candidate Support…

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MOC Guide, Instructions & Forms

The National Board made changes to provide flexibility for successfully completing your portfolio submissions, Renewal or Maintenance of Certification during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more on our Pursuing National Board Certification during COVID-19 page. Create a National Board account to learn the latest National Board candidate news.   Here you can find the Guide to MOC, instructions and other information that is specific to maintaining your National Board Certification. Please read the information carefully. As you begin MOC, you will need to access the current National Board Standards for your certificate area. Guides and FAQs Guide to MOCMOC CalendarMOC Q&A Instructions…

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Associate, Policy

The mission of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards is to advance student learning and achievement by establishing the definitive standards and systems for certifying accomplished educators, providing programs and advocating policies that support excellence in teaching and leading, and engaging National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) and leaders in that process. The National Board seeks to elevate the status, voice, and role of accomplished teachers in shaping a true profession. This includes: 1) raising public awareness with respect to the cognitive complexity, collaborative, and expertise-driven nature of teachers’ work; 2) setting higher standards for entry, advancement, and leadership in…

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How to Save a Class Discussion That’s Dying
Ray Salazar, NBCTMay 22, 2018

Effective whole-class discussions are part thoughtful planning and part luck. Sometimes an instructional approach works so well that we expect the same results the next time we use it. And sometimes, that works out. Other times, we wonder, “What the heck happened?” I thought I had found another consistent way to engage as many of my students as possible in whole-class discussions. It worked really well last week. But this week, I got crickets. Last week, we listened to a podcast about the concept of success – This American Life’s “Three Miles.” Students annotated, reflected, and shared in small groups. I…

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