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Transcript of OnlineNB 2014
So you want to become an NBCT?
What is it?
What does the Research say
Hone your teaching practice
Engage in professional dialogue about teaching
Connect and engage with NBCTs
Strengthen the profession by choosing to go through the NB process
Demonstrate your dedication to the teaching profession
Develop more professional relationships with colleagues
Contribute to professional communities within their schools
Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of teaching skills and subject matter
Seek educational strategies to meet student needs
Interested in assuming leadership roles from mentoring to advocacy for policy change
The positive impact of having a National Board Certified Teacher is even greater for minority and low-income students
Join a Candidate Support Network
Check your local association contract for NB related language
Contact a NBCT and ask them about their experience
Visit NBPTS website and look over standards and directions for your certificate area.
Voluntary, advanced teaching credential
Developed by Teachers for Teachers
Highest certification a teacher can attain
Process to improve instructional practice
Focus on core propositions
More than 100,000 (NBCTs) have been certified in at least one of the 25 certificate areas, which span 16 content areas and four student developmental levels. Even though NBCTs are only a small percentage of the nation’s teachers, they represent the largest group of accomplished teachers as recognized by the profession.