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National board candidate support session 2

National Board Candidate Support – Session 2

CSU Fullerton

College of Education


Agenda

Agenda

  • Parking Lot for questions

  • Setting Groundrules

  • Parameters for breakout session interactions

  • Articulating a Vision of Accomplished Teaching

  • Contextual Information Page

  • Useful Tools for Getting Started

  • Breakout Sessions

  • Wrap Up


Our groundrules

Our Groundrules

  • Collaborate (constructive feedback-examples, reasons, specific, honest; avoid sarcasm)

  • Designate a Time-keeper/Moderator

  • Avoid side bars (e.g., personal story telling) and interrupting

  • Avoid dominating the conversation

  • Be open-minded & non-judgmental

  • Come prepared & on-time

  • Have a clear focus for activity/work


Setting groundrules

Setting Groundrules

  • Can everyone abide by these groundrules?

    • 5 – I agree 100%

    • 4 – Sounds good

    • 3 – I agree

    • 2 – Not sure, but I’ll try

    • 1 – I have serious doubts

    • Fist – Absolutely not


Parameters for candidate support

Parameters for Candidate Support

  • What do you remember about what candidate support is and is not from last time?


Parameters for candidate support1

Parameters for Candidate Support

  • CSPs will

    • be available via e-mail and will respond within 1 week’s time

    • not be available via phone

    • read written work once it has been read by at least one other person

    • ask questions to focus your entry, but not serve as editors

    • act as facilitators, but not as instructors or graders


Parameters for candidate support2

Parameters for Candidate Support

  • Candidates will

    • find at least one “reading buddy” and exchange contact information

    • have his/her reading buddy read written work before sending to his/her CSP to read

    • avoid exchanging entire entries with anyone

    • consult the www.nbpts.org or 1800 22-teach if questions arise


When giving feedback

When Giving Feedback

  • Use the word “I”

  • Be specific

  • Ask questions

  • Use short sentences

  • Speak slowly

  • Give it with care

  • Place work on table

    • “Powerful Communication Skills” Rockhurst University

    • National School Reform Faculty


Types of questions

Types of Questions

  • Tell me more about. . .

  • Why did you. . .

  • How did you. . .

  • How would you describe. . .

  • Where in the writing / video / work do you see. . .

  • How does this relate to. . .

  • Was this what you expected?

  • Would you do anything differently?

  • What are you going to do next?

  • Where are your students now?

Accomplished Teaching pgs. 306 and 307


Make and take

Make and Take

Write down three ideas you have for Entry 4 (Documented Accomplishments)

Walk around and share

Record 6 ideas from other teachers


Painting the picture the contextual information page

“Painting the Picture” the Contextual Information Page

  • Do not assume your classroom, your community is like all others

  • Use positive language

    • Explain, don’t complain

    • Describe, without diatribes

    • Take credit

  • Refer to exercises 6.1 & 6.2


Useful tools for getting started

Useful Tools For Getting Started

  • Exercise 5.1 – Entry Mapping

  • Exercises 7.1 & 7.2 – Lesson Mapping


Breakout groups

Breakout Groups


Wrap up

Wrap-up

  • Parking lot questions

  • Evaluations


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