National Board 2007 STANCE Presentation

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S. T. A. N. C. E. System-wide Transition Toward Accessible Nationally Certified Educators :  S. T. A. N. C. E. System-wide Transition Toward Accessible Nationally Certified Educators Carole Einhorn, NBCT Regional Coordinator, Area One Du Page Regional Office of Education [email protected] Updated 1/2007 Illinois National Board Professional Preparation and Support System Slide2:  The National Board 63 member board Began in 1987--First NBCTs announced in 1995 Non-partisan, independent and nonprofit Teachers play a major role in... Informing policies of NBPTS Developing standards Piloting test portfolio entries Scoring candidate’s portfolio exercises Slide3:  Mission of the National Board For Professional Teaching Standards The National Board’s mission is to advance the quality of teaching and learning by: maintaining high and rigorous standards for what accomplished teachers should know and be able to do. providing a national voluntary system certifying teachers who meet these standards. advocating related education reforms to integrate National Board Certification in American education and to capitalize on the expertise of National Board Certified Teachers. Five Core Propositions:  Five Core Propositions Teachers are committed to students and their learning. Teachers know the subjects they teach, and how to teach those subjects to students. Teachers are responsible for managing and monitoring student learning. Teachers think systematically about their practice and learn from experience. Teachers are members of learning communities. National Board Certification Candidate Qualifications:  National Board Certification Candidate Qualifications Holds a baccalaureate degree Holds a valid state teaching license or teaches in an approved State program Has taught in a classroom for three years Currently has a classroom assignment Certificates Available for 2007-2008:  Certificates Available for 2007-2008 Early Childhood (Ages 3-8) Generalist Middle Childhood (Ages 7-12) Generalist Early and Middle Childhood (Ages 3-12) Art English as a New Language Literacy: Reading-Language Arts Music Physical Education *World Languages Other than English Early Adolescence (Ages 11-15) *Generalist English Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies-History Early Childhood Through Young Adulthood Exceptional Needs (Ages 0-21) Library-Media (Ages 3-18+) School Counseling (Ages 3-18+) Adolescence and Young Adulthood (Ages 14-18+) English Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies-History Early Adolescence Through Young Adulthood (Ages 11-18+) Art Career and Technical Education English as a New Language * Health Education Music Physical Education World Languages Other than English ( German is not available this year) The following 24 certificates are currently available: *Low demand certificates will not be offered each year. Early Adolescence Through Young Adulthood (EAYA) World Languages Other than English (WLOE) for Ages 11-18+ is still available. Specialty areas German, Latin, Japanese are no longer included. Future availability of these certificates will be dictated by demand. Information on low demand certificates will be provided on the NBPTS website as it becomes available 12-20-06. Slide7:  Enhanced Architecture of Accomplished Teaching START HERE: ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS Who are they? Where are they now? What do they need and when do they need it? Where should I begin? Set high, worthwhile goals appropriate for these students, at this time, in this setting. Design and implement instruction designed to attain these goals. Evaluate student learning in light of the goals and the instruction. Reflect on student learning, the effectiveness of instructional design, particular concerns and issues. Set new high and worthwhile goals that are appropriate for these students at this time. Provide timely, meaningful feedback to students about their level of accomplishment of the targeted goals. Slide8:  National Board Assessment Process Portfolio (Four entries) Three classroom-based entries Two videotapes documenting the candidate’s teaching practice Student work samples One entry combining family and community outreach, professional leadership/collaboration, and professional learning activities. Assessment Center (Tutorial Available Online) Six 30-minute online exercises Prompted questions Focus on content-area knowledge Held at regional sites* *See NBPTS website for locations and times. Written Commentaries for Portfolio Entries:  Written Commentaries for Portfolio Entries The candidate writes… Descriptions Analyses Reflections The candidate includes… - Artifacts - Documentation and Verification - Student work and videotapes Scoring:  Scoring Four-point rubric Scorers are all recognized practicing teachers in the certificate-area Scoring takes place in the summer Bias, validity and reliability checks in place (has higher reliability rates than AP exam) Slide11:  2007-2010 Schedule... Candidates have 3 years to complete the NBPTS process….. Year 1 - Initial Entry Year 2 – Retakes, if necessary Year 3 – Retakes, if necessary 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 NBPTS is More Than Recognition:  Teachers demonstrate that they meet high and rigorous teaching standards. Our profession benefits from every achievement. Developing a common language of accomplished teaching Identifying accomplished teachers Raising the public’s perception of educators The five core propositions are becoming embedded in: Teacher preparation programs Continuing professional development for teacher Teachers’ daily reflective thinking NBPTS is More Than Recognition Slide13:  Benefits of Just Completing the NBPTS Process... Enhances reflective/analytical thinking about instructional practice and its impact on student learning Fulfills continuing professional development requirements for certificate renewal for five years. May earn 3 hours of graduate credit from ACE (American Council on Education) and NBPTS. (Credits must be accepted by an accredited University in order to count towards an advanced degree or salary lane movement.) Slide14:  “Best Professional Development Experience I Have Ever Had!” Illinois NBCTs View Illinois Video Slide15:  How Do I Know If This Process is Right For Me?’ Go to the NBPTS web site: www.nbpts.org. Click on “For Candidates”. Then click on the link that says “Certificate Areas”. Scroll down and select the subject area (or generalist) and the correct development area (early childhood, middle childhood etc.) that matches your teaching assignment. Then download and print out the complete set of Standards for your certificate area. Read the Standards carefully. Highlight every place where you see your practice in those Standards. (If you have highlighted nothing, this process will probably not be a good fit for you.) Slide16:  How Do I Know If This Process is Right For Me?’ For each individual Standard in the Standards for your field, ask yourself the following questions: What do you know and what are you able to do with respect to this Standard? Be very specific. How might you demonstrate proficiency with respect to this Standard? How could you demonstrate to colleagues that you are meeting this Standard? How might you demonstrate interaction of two or more Standards in aspects of your teaching or school counseling (e.g., planning, managing, or assessing instruction)? Slide17:  Initial License Standard License Illinois Master Teaching Certificate * * Can only be attained by successfully completing the National Board Certification Process 3 Tiered Licensing System in Illinois Slide18:  National Board Certification in Illinois *Number of participants may not be exact because some candidates do not inform the state. (first-time candidates only) ** These candidates will find out their results in November-December 2007. NBPTS Application Steps:  NBPTS Application Steps Review the standards. Go to www.nbpts.org Make the commitment. Familiarize yourself with your state and local application requirements. Go to www.ilnbpts.org Identify financial resources. Complete the Illinois National Board Candidate Fee Subsidy Application ISBE 77-32 Complete the NBPTS online application IL NBPTS STANCE GOALS:  IL NBPTS STANCE GOALS Coordinate and provide a support system for teachers/school counselors seeking National Board Certification (NBC) Develop and implement district-level mentoring and induction programs using National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) Process FY07 Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) payments for the Illinois Teaching Excellence Program (ITEP) OUTCOMES FOR GOAL 1:  OUTCOMES FOR GOAL 1 Facilitate Ongoing Recruitment Activities Schedule Pre-candidacy Sessions Provide All Required Forms Online Illinois National Board Candidate Fee Subsidy Application (77-32) Form Candidate Cohort Groups Provide Assistance to Advanced Candidates Maintain Database of Candidates and NBCTs Slide22:  Area I Area II Area III Area IV Area V Area VI ISC 874 Local School Districts Pre-candidates NBCTs Awareness Sessions** Cohort Groups** Process Master Certificates** Pre-candidacy Sessions** Mentors** Professional Development** Advanced Candidate Support** S.T.A.N.C.E. Training** Candidate Mentor Training** Advanced Candidate Support Training** * Each arrow represents a Regional Office of Educationa/ Intermediate Service Center. ** Contact your local Regional Office of Education/Intermediate Service Center. * Slide23:  Adams/Pike Champaign/Ford Brown/Cass/Morgan/Scott Clark/Coles/Cumberland/ Fulton/Schuyler Douglas/Edgar/Moultrie/ Hancock/McDonough Shelby Henderson/Mercer/Warren Dewitt/Livingston/McLean Knox Iroquois/Kankakee Logan/Mason/Menard Macon/Piatt Peoria Vermilion Sangamon Tazewell Bond/Fayette/Effingham Alexander/Johnson Calhoun/Greene/Jersey Massac/Pulaski Macoupin Union Christian/Montgomery Clay/Crawford/Jasper Clinton/Marion/Washington Lawrence/Richland Madison Edwards/Gallatin Monroe/Randolph Hardin/Pope/Saline St. Clair Wabash/Wayne/White Franklin/Williamson Hamilton/Jefferson Jackson/Perry Cook Boone/Winnebago Suburban Cook Bureau/Henry/Stark DuPage Caroll/Jo Daviess Grundy/Kendall Stephenson Kane DeKalb Lake LaSalle McHenry Lee/Ogle Will Marshall/Putnam/Woodford Rock Island Whiteside Slide24:  7 ROE/ISC Regional Support Sites Contact Information South Cook ISC #4 Contact Person –Myrna Hill [email protected] Area I – DuPage ROE Contact Person – Carole Einhorn [email protected] Area II – DeKalb ROE Contact Person – Gil Morrison [email protected] Area III – Tazewell ROE Contact Person – Jana Hunzicker [email protected] Area IV – Champaign-Ford ROE Contact Person – Kevin Seymour [email protected] Area V – Clinton/Marion/Washington ROE Contact Person – Keri Garrett [email protected] Area VI – Hamilton/Jefferson ROE Contact Person – Janice Cherry [email protected] Pre-candidacy Options:  Pre-candidacy Options Awareness Sessions* – offered through each ROE/ISC Pre-candidacy Sessions* – available on-site at selected ROEs/ISCs *Contact your Regional Support Site Coordinator or Intermediate Service Center Possible Candidate Options:  Possible Candidate Options Mentor Support Cohort Groups* – available through selected ROEs/ISCs Higher Education Support Advanced Candidate Support *Contact your Regional Support Site Coordinator Slide27:  National Board Preparation Coursework Illinois Approved Teacher Preparation Institutions Northern Illinois University - Dr. Nina Dorsch - [email protected] Roosevelt University - Dr. Ami Hicks - [email protected] Southern Illinois University Carbondale - Dr. Joyce E. Killian - [email protected] Southern Illinois University Edwardsville - Mollie Fedor, Continuing Education - [email protected] Aurora University - Robert Paolicchi, Ed.D. - [email protected] Chicago State University - Dr. Lisa C. Pesavento, Assoc. Dean of College - [email protected] Dominican University - Dr. Cathy Campbell, SP - [email protected] Illinois State University - Nancy Slattery - [email protected] University of Illinois at Springfield - Kim Kubatzke, NBCT, M.A. - [email protected] or [email protected] - http://mtl.uis.edu Slide28:  Illinois Candidate Fee Subsidy Process 2007-2008 Cycle THE ILLINOIS CANDIDATE FEE SUBSIDY WINDOW FOR THIS PROCESS IS not open at this time. Keep checking the I-KAN NBPTS Illinois State Support Site www.ilnbpts.org for updated information. CANDIDATES MUST APPLY FOR THE ILLINOIS FEE SUBSIDY FIRST. Illinois National Board Candidate Fee Application for 2007-08 Form (77-32) will be available on the I-KAN NBPTS Illinois State Support Site website www.ilnbpts.org. Illinois Candidates are responsible to send the non-refundable processing fee of $65.00 when they apply to NBPTS. Illinois Candidates are responsible for paying the initial $500.00 assessment fee to NBPTS. Illinois Candidates should not make any payments to the I-KAN NBPTS State Support Site. IMPORTANT NOTE: A candidate may elect to NOT release their candidate information to third parties offering support, incentives and rewards for those seeking National Board Certification. However, candidates choosing this option will NOT be eligible to receive the $2000 Subsidy in that their information cannot be released to 3rd Party Payers. Slide29:  April – May 2007 Illinois National Board Candidate Fee Subsidy Application Form (77-32) Online (www.ilnbpts.org) April – May 2007 Applications Accepted Submit to I-KAN Regional Office 189 E. Court St., Suite 600 Kankakee, IL 60901 May 31, 2007 Applications Must Be Received at the I-KAN Regional Office by the Close of the Business Day (4:30 p.m.). May Be Hand Delivered. June 2007 Fee Recipients for 2007 Determined June 2007 Notification of Candidates to be Funded TBA $565 must be paid on or before 2007 Candidate Fee Subsidy Time Line OUTCOMES FOR GOAL 2 :  OUTCOMES FOR GOAL 2 Make available online Statement of Intent to Provide Mentoring/Professional Development (77-25A) Identify NBCTs by Regional Area Invite NBCTs to Participate in S.T.A.N.C.E. , Mentor Candidate and/or Advanced Training Update NBPTS Database Regional Offices of Education/Intermediate Service Centers Provide all Trainings 2007-2008 Regional Sites Facilitate District Induction/ Mentoring Programs WHAT IS S.T.A.N.C.E. TRAINING?*:  WHAT IS S.T.A.N.C.E. TRAINING?* 6-Day Induction/Mentoring of New Teachers – Induction for the 21st Century Educator (ICE 21) Standards Aligned Classroom Overview (SAC) Framework for Understanding Poverty (Ruby Payne) Focused Walks (Jerry Valentine) *(Available for NBCTs interested in mentoring new teachers). OUTCOMES FOR GOAL 3:  OUTCOMES FOR GOAL 3 Communicate Information About Illinois Stipend Opportunities Provide All Required Forms Online (77-26A) (77-26B) (77-27A) (77-27B) (77-28A) (77-28B) Transmit ITEP Payments Manage Database/Records Complete All Reports Slide33:  Benefits of Becoming an NBCT... In Illinois… Illinois Master Teaching Certificate $3,000.00 annual stipend from ISBE Opportunities to earn up to $4000.00 a year as a mentor/provider of professional development Through NBPTS and ACE… 6 hours of graduate credit in education through ACE (Credits must be accepted by an accredited university in order to count towards an advanced degree or salary lane movement.) Incentives for NBCTs:  Incentives for NBCTs Types of Master Certificate Incentives $’s Required Service Assistance/Mentoring – NBPTS Candidates $1000 60 hrs. of Mentoring/Professional Development/ $1000 60 hrs. of New & Experienced Teachers Professional Development/ Mentoring $3000 60 hrs. of *High Need Schools/ New & Experienced Teachers *Schools on AEW Status or where 50% or more of students receive free and reduced lunches NBCT Forms:  NBCT Forms Application for Master Certificate (73-03E) Statement of Intent to Provide Mentoring/Professional Development (77-25A) Verification of Eligibility for Master Certificate Stipend (77-23) Documentation of 2007-2008 Assistance/Mentoring to NBPTS Candidates (77-26A) or (77-26B) Documentation of 2007-2008 Professional Development and/or Mentoring for New and Experienced Teachers (77-27A) or (77-27B) Documentation of 2007-2008 Professional Development and/or Mentoring to Teachers in schools on AEW Status or where 50% or more of students receive free and reduced lunches (77-28A) or (77-28B) Slide36:  Support for Illinois Candidates... Application Fee Subsidy through I-KAN NBPTS State Support Site www.ilnbpts.org (Subject to legislative appropriations) Financial Incentives Illinois National Board Professional Preparation and Support System through ROEs/ISCs NBPTS Awareness Sessions through ROEs/ISCs Pre-candidacy Sessions through ROEs/ISCs Candidate Cohort Groups through ROEs/ISCs Advanced Candidates Assistance through ROEs/ISCs Candidate Resources: National Board www.nbpts.org ISBE www.isbe.net/profprep/nbpts.htm Illinois State Support Site www.ilnbpts.org ISU Resource Center (http://coe.ilstu.edu/ilnbpts University Credit School District Preparation Programs (as available) Slide37:  For more information contact… The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards www.nbpts.org or 1-800-22-TEACH Iroquois-Kankakee Regional Office of Education Vicki Hensley, Assistant Regional Superintendent of Schools NBPTS State Support Site Coordinator I-KAN ROE #32 815-937-2950 Office Phone [email protected] Du Page Regional Office of Education (Area One Regional Support Site for the Illinois National Board Professional Preparation and Support System) Carole Einhorn, NBCT, Coordinator NBPTS Initiatives 847-634-0335 Home Phone 630- 495-6080 Office Phone [email protected] or [email protected]

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