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Renewal at a Glance!. Beth Edwards, Renewed NBCT Region 1 RttT Professional Development Consultant [email protected] Becoming a renewal candidate is a testament to your continued dedication to the highest standards of the teaching profession. Is It Time to Renew?.

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Renewal at a glance

Renewal at a Glance!

Beth Edwards, Renewed NBCT

Region 1 RttT Professional Development Consultant

[email protected]


Renewal at a glance

Becoming a renewal candidate is a testament to your continued dedication to the highest standards of the teaching profession.

Is It Time to Renew?


Topics to be discussed

Topics to be Discussed

  • Renewal Basics

  • Assessment Components

  • Scoring

  • Organizing

  • NBPTS Resources


Thinking about renewal

Thinking about Renewal

  • NBCTs begin renewal in their 8th or 9th year of their original certificate cycle

  • NBCTs must renew BEFORE their original certificate expires

  • NBCTs must begin renewal prior to the expiration date


What s different

What’s Different?

Profile of Professional Growth

  • The product is scored holistically.

  • Components are not scored separately.

  • Score reported as “Renewed” or “Not Renewed”.

National Board Certification Portfolio

  • Separate entries that receive separate scores.

  • Opportunity to bank scores and retake entries to meet minimum score requirement for certification.


What is a pge

What is a PGE?

Let’s see what you already know about

PGEs

Professional Growth Experiences


A pge is a one time workshop

A PGE is a one-time workshop.


A pge must evolve

A PGE must evolve.


A pge can begin before nbpts certification

A PGE can begin before NBPTS certification.


Pge may be reported with unlimited documentation

PGE may be reported with unlimited documentation.


Pge must show indirect or direct impact on student learning

PGE must show indirect or direct impact on student learning.


A pge demonstrates your on going commitment or contribution to the profession

A PGE demonstrates your on-going commitment or contribution to the profession.


Pges should be multi faceted

PGEs should be multi-faceted.


You cannot write about a pge if you are no longer in the classroom

You cannot write about a PGE if you are no longer in the classroom.


Pges must demonstrate continued application of current national board standards

PGEs must demonstrate continued application of current National Board standards.


Definitions

Definitions

  • Profile of Professional Growth (PGG)

  • The whole portfolio submission

  • Professional Growth Experience (PGE)

  • An activity that

  • has allowed you to learn something new

  • has influence within or beyond the classroom

  • has direct or indirect impact on student learning

  • may have begun before initial certification

  • has continued to evolve significantly after certification


What do i have to do

What do I have to do?


Profile of professional growth

Profile of Professional Growth

  • Component 3

  • Another PGE is applied in a classroom of pre-k OR professional colleagues

  • video or student work samples

  • Component 4

  • Reflection

  • Challenges

  • Plans

  • Efforts to impact student learning

  • Component 2

  • Any PGE is applied to a classroom in

  • your original certificate area and age group

  • 10 minute video


Profile for professional growth component one

Profile for Professional Growth Component One

  • Four Professional Growth Experiences

  • Three (3) pages of written commentary for each PGE

  • Two (2) pages of samples of products for each PGE


Component two

Component Two

  • Choose one PGE and show its application in your classroom

  • One 10-minute unedited videotape that may be segmented into three parts

  • Classroom layout form

  • Four (4) pages of written commentary


Component three

Component Three

  • Choose another PGE and show its application in your classroom or with colleagues

  • One 6-minute unedited videotape, which may be segmented into a maximum of three parts OR eight representative pages of learner work

  • Four pages of written commentary


Reflection

Reflection

  • Three pages of written commentary

  • Analysis of relationships between practice and student learning

  • Discovery of connections and patterns

  • Awareness of NBPTS standards in practice


Scoring and rubrics

Scoring and Rubrics


Profile for professional growth

Profile for Professional Growth

  • Scored holistically

  • Components 2 and 3 flow from Component 1

  • All components will be evaluated as one entity.


Evaluation criteria

Evaluation Criteria

  • Identify and address significant needs of students, the professional community, and / or self

  • Have acquired and / or deepened current certificate-specific content knowledge and have demonstrated it in your classroom practice


Evaluation criteria1

Evaluation Criteria

  • Have acquired and / or deepened your knowledge of current pedagogical practices and have demonstrated it in your classroom practice

  • Have acquired knowledge of current technology and / or effectively utilized appropriate technology in a way that is directly connected to teaching and learning

  • Have a meaningful impact on student learning


Evaluation criteria2

Evaluation Criteria

  • Involve the wider community of colleagues, parents and / or community in your professional growth experiences

  • Practice standards-based, relevant and meaningful instruction

  • Ensure equity of access for all students and promote appreciation of diversity in your classroom practice


How to begin

How to Begin

Tips and Tools


Preparing for renewal

Preparing for Renewal

  • Review and learn…

  • Five Core Propositions.

  • Standards for your certificate area.

  • Architecture of Accomplished Teaching

  • Requirements of each of the components

    • Tabbing each section helps to stay organized


Brainstorm potential pge s

Brainstorm Potential PGE’s

  • Technology

  • Sports Clinic

  • Literacy

  • Language Study

  • ESL Strategies

  • Interdisciplinary

    Teaming

  • New Curriculum

  • Inclusion

    training/teaming

  • Learning Styles


Post it note pondering

Post-it Note Pondering…

  • On separate post-its write titles of your memorable units, lessons or activities.


Pge chart

PGE Chart


Choosing products

Choosing Products

  • Choose products to showcase what you did, not to document that you did it.

  • MAY include

    • certificates

    • student work

    • colleague work

    • your work

    • letters


Things to remember

Things to remember!

  • A PGE…….

  • is not a one-time workshop

  • can begin before NBPTS certification

  • can be outside your area of certification

  • must show indirect or direct student impact

  • should reflect current practices in your field or certificate area

  • should be varied and multi-faceted

  • should demonstrate your continued use of standards based instruction


Credits

Credits:

  • Thanks to Lynn Carter, NBCT, Hilda Hamilton, NBCT, and Luann Lee, NBCT for contributing to this presentation.


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