NBPTS Professional Learning Facilitator Training
February 20 (8 am - 4 pm) and 21(8 am - 2 pm), 2018
Cost: $100 includes lunch and materials
800 Troy Schenectady Road
Have you ever considered supporting colleagues in the board certification process or perhaps starting a NB Cohort? Join us for a newly released training for National Board Professional Learning Facilitators from NBPTS which places the Tier 1 CSP Training. It is a great first step in your work with colleagues.
This module provides facilitators with materials that aid in the understanding of the
fundamentals of system design utilizing the Accomplished Teaching Body of Knowledge. In addition to understanding system design, the module also provides potential for flexibility, scaffolding possibilities, as well descriptions for what it means to be an effective facilitator of the certification process.
This module provides facilitators with materials for honoring the adult learner, communicating effectively with candidate. This module was created in partnership with the National Board Resource Center at Stanford.
This module provides an in-depth collection of activities focused on the Accomplished Teaching Body of Knowledge (Five Core Propositions, certificate standards, and the Architecture of Accomplished Teaching). Foundations Supplement: This supplement provides additional activities for candidates and potential candidates. This module was created in partnership with the National Education Association (NEA).
This module provides facilitators with materials for understanding the importance of providing ethical candidate support and certification denial or revocation.
This module provides facilitators with materials for understanding and communicating about the scoring process for the National Board Certification assessments.
This module presents guidance on providing effective and reflective feedback and questions for teachers before and during National Board Certification. This module was created in partnership with the National Board Resource Center at Stanford.