After much success in its original format, aSo, You Want to Become a National Board Certified Teacher: Workbook a Evidence Manual (Revised a Expanded QR Coded Edition)a provides for candidates an interactive opportunity to listen to the author elaborate and explain numerous helpful activities described in the original workbook. Also included in the new edition is a chapter dedicated the NBPTS Renewal process. Becoming a National Board Certified Teacher is the highest achievement in the teaching profession. It also has to be one of the most rewarding. While there are numerous guides to help NBPTS candidates prepare portfolios, candidates will find limited affordable published assistance which actually allows organization, and allows practice of what the process entails. aSo, You Want to Become a National Board Certified Teacher: Workbook a Evidence Manual (Revised a Expanded QR Coded Edition)a was written to address just such a need. This workbook is designed to be used alongside the authoras national bestselling companion guide: aSo, You Want to Become a National Board Certified Teacher?a in either an individual or group workshop setting. In addition to the newly added QR codes, the workbook contains numerous worktables utilizing vital elements of NBPTS writing. Using this workbook, the candidate will: ac dissect, analyze, and apply the NBPTS Core Propositions to their own classroom ac analyze and utilize the well-researched characteristics of Accomplished Teaching ac practice the three writing forms required for NBPTS portfolios ac annotate practice writing samples for accomplished writing features the NBPTS wants to see ac help structure effective lesson plans and Documented Accomplishment models based on NBPTS guidelines ac utilize practice tests to assess knowledge of entry requirements ac become familiar with, and be offered assistance in the NBPTS Renewal process Everything a candidate will need to be guided through the certification process is featured in this book.The following sample will help you recognize evidence in writing as you hone your analytical skills. In Chapter 3 you practiced using a general writing prompt, but now wea#39;re getting closer to the real thing! First, read through the sample.
|Title||:||So, You Want to Become a National Board Certified Teacher|
|Author||:||Jerry L. Parks, Ed.S., NBCT|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2012-08-02|