Saturday, January 31, 2009

National Board resources, books, blogs


I have been receiving emails from my colleagues who are NBCTs and advanced candidates asking me if I am going to the meeting on Tuesday at Francis-Stevens. It was cancelled last time due to the icy weather.

I am thrilled that I will be seeing them again, and will be sharing and learning from each of our national board experiences again. I will be bringing my almost finished entries and video, all I need are feedback from my mentors and my Entry 3 is ready to go! I video taped my entry the day before the winter break and finished the written commentary during the 2-week vacation. So all I have to do now is to relax and present it to my mentors and readers.

I went through some of my favorite resources which I found helpful during this process of completing my National Board, which you may find them useful too:
  • Assessment Center Reviewer = some retired prompts for your computer based assessment...
  • Highly Recommended Resources = internet resources from NBCTs and other school ditricts for teachers pursuing the National Board...

  • More NBCT blogs = I was just a their stalker but I learned a lot from them...
  • NBCT Candidate= I am not sure if he knows that I was his stalker too...

  • *National Board Certification Workbook* = will cost you a little but will help a lot...

  • National Board Candidate too = Another blog that I follow...

  • National Board Certified Teacher's Directory= find your NBCT colleagues in your area...
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