National Board
Professional Development
Schools
National Board Resource Center
at Illinois State university
May 8, 2015
Funded by:
INTRODUCTIONS
School Cohorts
Administrators
Teacher Liaisons
NBCT Facilitators
Jasper County 1
Kathy Johnson
Cheryl Walker
Bonnie Zavorial, NBCT
Community H.S 117
Jori Bowen
Tom Deichsel
Morgon O'Connor, NBCT
Harvey 152
Doelynn Strong
Jason Hill
Christine Pulgar, NBCT
Crystal Lake 155
Matt Timmerman
Justin Hubly
Lori Abbot, NBCT
Reavis School District 220
Heather McCurdy
Jim Ward
Therese Schoder, NBCT
Chicago Whitney Young 299 Matthew Swanson
Valencia Veale-Johnson Dagny Bloland, NBCT
Oswego 308 Cohort #1
Kelley Budd
Robin Ceres
Paula Mueler, NBCT
Oswego 308 Cohort #2
Kelley Budd
Rachel Cirone
Kelli Glatt, NBCT
INTRODUCTIONS
School Cohorts
Administrators
Teacher Liaisons
NBCT Facilitators
Elgin 46 Cohort #1
Elisa Biancalana
Patricia Kuropas
Marisol Saavedra, NBCT
Elgin 46 Cohort #2
Francesca DiMaggio
Shannon Manny
Bonnie Strejc, NBCT
Elgin 46 Cohort #3
Catherine Fletcher
Saul Vazquez
Laura Newmeyer, NBCT
Evanston 65
Jesch Reyes
Melanie Mudarth
Marie Breitenstein, NBCT
Champaign
Sean Morrison
Sarah Iehl
Katie Bribriesco, NBCT
Metcalf (ISU)
Lisa Kendall
Aggie Hatch
Kim Walker Smith, NBCT
University High School
Andrea Markert
Luke Luginbuhl
Kate Pole, NBCT
Urbana 116
Travis Courson
Cortney Thomas
Julie Erlinger, NBCT
INTRODUCTIONS
Senior Policy Analyst and Researcher
Center for the Study of Education Policy, ISU
Lisa Hood, Ph.D
Associate Dean of Assessment & Undergraduate Education
ISU College of Education
Amee Adkins, Ph.D
NBRC Professional Development Consultants
And Co-Presenters
MaryEllyn Friel and Jill Shoda
 9:00 – 10:00
Overview
Information
AND
• 10:00 - 1o:10
Transition
WELCOME
 10:15 – 11:15
Breakout
 11:25 – 12:10
Team Activities
 12:15 -1:00
Lunch
 1:00 -4:00
Planning
AGENDA
QUESTIONS?
Share Year One Celebrations
(10 Minutes )
Reflect on the success of your cohort………
Share specific evidence of your success as a cohort…….
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What did you notice about the impact on students?
What did you notice about the impact on cohort members?
How did the professional development culture change?
How did teachers approach the curriculum as the result of
this experience?
Other indications of success…
You are part of a bigger initiative….
 Illinois ranks 6th in the nation with 6,025 NBCTs.
 Chicago ranks 2nd in the nation for the number of
NBCTs in Districts with 2,219 NBCTs.
 There are more than 110,000 NBCTs in all 50
states.
 Leading Illinois School
Financial Investment in YOUR cohort
 $1,900 per teacher/counselor X 10 =
$19,000
 Training, supplies, facilitator, readers,
materials, online support
Estimated Costs of each cohort
$10,000
$29,000
Illinois NB Support System
TRADITIONAL
 Face to face cohorts are organized
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regionally throughout the state.
Sessions are geographically based.
Online cohort support is offered
through a university platform.
Facilitated by trained NBCTs.
Include teachers from many schools
and districts.
Many different certificates are
represented.
Candidates focus on their own work.
Online readers are provided.
Candidates choose to complete
Component 1 and/ or Component 2.
NATIONAL BOARD Professional
Development Schools
 Consist of at least 10 teachers in the same school,
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district.
Sessions are locally based.
National Board Professional Development school
cohorts are organized around a commonality in order
to impact students, school, district.
A specially trained NBCT facilitator, a teacher liaison
and an administrator are part of the team supporting
the professional development cohort with ongoing
communication.
Online readers are provided.
Focus on school based learning by completing NB
component 2 and includes conversation and
reflection to prepare for the teacher evaluation and
Common Core.
NB Facilitators meet monthly online as a leadership
community to plan sessions and problem solve.
Materials are provided .
Three year support (funding availability).
Outcomes
 Plan for sustaining your cohort
 Clarification on the NBPTS revisions
 Clarification on the Ethical Guidelines for the
PD program
 Collaboration plan for the PD Team & Cohort
 Communication networks
 Targeted planning on how the NB cohort will
impact the students, school and district
Handouts
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Access to electronic copies
http://nbrc.illinoisstate.edu/
National Board
Certification
GUIDE TO NB CERTIFICATION 2014
CATEGORIES FOR NATIONAL BOARD
CERTIFICATION (certificates)
WWW.BOARDCERTIFIEDTEACHERS.ORG
NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION
The National Board process is grouped into
four components
Component 1
• Content
Knowledge
Component 2
• Differentiation
in Instruction
Component 3
Component 4
• Teaching
Practice and
Learning
Environment
• Effective and
Reflective
Practitioner
National Board Revisions
National Board Certification is being rolled out
over the course of three years:
2014-15*
2015-16
2016-17
C1: Content
Knowledge**
C1: Content
Knowledge
C1: Content
Knowledge
C2: Differentiation
in Instruction
C2: Differentiation
in Instruction
C2: Differentiation
in Instruction
C3: Teaching
Practice and
Learning
Environment
C3: Teaching
Practice and
Learning
Environment
*Due to the ongoing revision of the Career and Technical
Education (CTE), candidates for the CTE certificate will begin the
new process in 2015-16.
**The World Language (WL) and Music Content Knowledge
component will be delayed until 2015-16, but Differentiation in
Instruction will be available in 2014-15.
C4: Effective and
Reflective
Practitioner
Component 3
Teaching Practice and Learning
Environment
• This is a classroom-based portfolio entry that
requires video recording(s) of interactions
between you and your students.
• A written commentary in which you describe,
analyze and reflect on your teaching and
interactions will also be submitted.
• Both the video and the written commentary
should demonstrate how you engage students
and impact their learning.
Component 1
Content Knowledge
• In this computer-based assessment, you
demonstrate knowledge of and pedagogical
practices for teaching your content area.
• You must demonstrate knowledge of
developmentally appropriate content, which is
necessary for teaching across the full age
range and ability level of your chosen
certificate area.
• This is assessed through the completion of
three constructed response exercises (30 min.
each) and approximately 45 selected
response items (60 minutes).
NB Professional Development Schools
What will your journey look like?
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
C3: Teaching
Practice and
Learning
Environment
C2:
Differentiation
in Instruction
C3: Teaching
Practice and
Learning
Environment
C1: Content
Knowledge
C4: Effective
and Reflective
Practitioner
C1: Content
Knowledge
http://www.nbrc.illinoisstate.edu
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Using the AAT when a member of a cohort or PLC: 4a,4d,4e,4f
Enhanced Architecture of Accomplished Teaching
START HERE:
•ASSESSMENT OF
STUDENTS
•Who are they?
•Where are they now?
Domain 1 –
Planning &
Preparation
1b – Knowledge of
students
1f – Designing Student
Assessment
Set new high and worthwhile goals that
are appropriate for these students at this
time.
Domain 1 –
Planning &
Preparation
1a,1b,1c,1d,1
e
•What do they need and
when do they need it?
•Where should I begin?
Domain 1 – Planning &
Preparation
1a,1b,1c,1d,1e
Set high, worthwhile goals
appropriate for these students, at
this time, in this setting
Implement instruction designed to attain
these goals.
Domain 2 – Classroom Environment - 2a, 2b,2c,2d
Domain 3 – Instruction – 3a, 3b,3d,3e
Reflect on student learning, the
effectiveness of instructional design,
particular concerns and issues.
Provide timely, meaningful feedback to
students about their level of
accomplishment of the targeted goals.
Domain 4
4a Reflecting
on Teaching
Domain 3 –
Instruction
3a, 3b, 3c,
3d,3e
Evaluate student learning in
light of the goals and the
instruction.
Domain 1 – Planning & Preparation- 1d
Domain 3 – Instruction – 3d
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BREAKOUT SESSIONS
10:15 – 11:15
 Jesse Fell Rm.B
National Board Facilitators
 Beaufort
Administrators
 Jesse Fell Rm. C
Teacher Liaisons
AGENDA
This is where
we are
 9:00 – 10:00
Overview
Information
• 10:00 - 1o:10
Transition
 10:15 – 11:15
Breakout
 11:25 – 12:10
Team Activities
 12:15 -1:00
Lunch
 1:00 -4:00
Planning
QUESTIONS?
Venn Diagram
National
Board
Facilitator
Administrator
Teacher Liaison
What
worked
well this
year?
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Meet with
another
team to
share ideas
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Topic Examples
Cohort Organization
Evolution of the Cohort over the
Year
Timeline / Logistics
Communication
Curricular outcomes
Other
Resources
Incentives
15 Minutes
AGENDA
This is where
we are
 9:00 – 10:00
Overview
Information
• 10:00 - 1o:10
Transition
 10:15 – 11:15
Breakout
 11:25 – 12:10
Team Activities
 12:15 -1:00
Lunch
 1:00 -4:00
Planning
QUESTIONS?
QUICK REVIEW
 NB Guidelines for Ethical Candidate Support
 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
 Candidates requesting to withdraw
 Partnership Agreement (NB Facilitator & Candidate)
 Roles and Responsibilities
 NB Professional Development School/District Team-
Planning Notes
Where are we going?
What’s Different About
Year Two?
Collaborative Norms/Safe Norms
 Goal – Impact students & Improve practice
 Open up practice
 Take Risks
 Ask questions of each other
 Request Evidence
 Preparation
 Improvement not evaluation
Collaborative Norms Create Space for Growth
Culture
Actions that
are
encouraged
Actions that
are
discouraged
TRUST
Promises
Broken
Promises
Kept
Losing trust
Building & Keeping Trust
School Change
“Abundant research and school evidence
suggest that setting (common) goals may be
the most significant act in the entire school
improvement process, greatly increasing the
odds of success.”
Mike Schmoker
Where Are We
Now?
What do we want
to accomplish as
a cohort?
What is our
Target goal?
How will we
know success
has occurred?
Step 1:
Cohort
Goal
Planning
 As a team, brainstorm areas that
you believe need improvement
 Use available data such as survey
data, observational data, student
work, test data…..
 Consider your school and district
goals
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Write in
bullet form
 Revisit your cohort impact
statement
Brainstorm areas you believe need
improvement (use available data)
Examples –
•Articulation between grades and schools
•Writing across the curriculum
•Student Engagement
•Students using evidence based argument
•Adapting curriculum for ELL students
•Integrating curriculum across content areas
•Strategies for teaching close reading
Step 2:
Cohort Goal
Planning
 Based on your needs and
desire to improve student
learning, what does your
cohort want to accomplish
this year?
 Revisit your cohort impact
statement
Based on your needs & desire to improve student
learning, what does your cohort want to
accomplish this year?
Example – take 1 - 2 of the items from your brainstormed list
Student Engagement
Develop systematic routines /procedures, and
instructional strategies to increase opportunities
for student engagement.
Step 3:
Cohort Goal
Planning
 Write a specific, measureable
goal for your cohort
 Specific &
strategic
 Measurable
 Attainable
 Results oriented
 Time Bound
 Revisit your cohort impact
statement
 How will you know success has
occurred?
 Specific &
strategic
 Measurable
 Attainable
 Results oriented
 Time Bound
Refine column two to create a smart goal:
Example:
By June 2016, Teachers will consistently use
student feedback, accountable talk strategies,
and student choice in designing a lesson series or
unit. This will be verified through specific
examples found in at least 2 videotaped lessons
and student surveys.
Team Planning
&
Next Steps
This is what
we hope to
accomplish:
 Clarify roles & responsibilities for each
member of your team
 Develop basic timeline for your cohort
 Outline how you will communicate with
one another
 Begin to develop ideas on how your
cohort will evolve during the year
 Determine how you will manage
resources & logistics, possible incentives
TEAM ACTIVITIES
Share what you learned in your individual
groups.
Refer to roles and responsibilities and
planning notes.
TWO TEAM SHARE
fuse with another team to form a new
discussion group
share and gather information that will
help your team to come up with
clearer NEXT STEPS.
10 minutes
Memorandum Of Understanding
How will the administrator:
 Get the cohort member signatures?
 Submit the Memorandum of Understanding
to National Board Resource Center by
September 1, 2015?
 Team sets a date to review, plan &
refine next steps
Important  NB Facilitator Training
August 7 & 8
Dates to
 First Cohort Session
Add to
Your
Calendar:
Between September 15-30
*Administrators will send the date/time/location to the
Cohort members.
Questions?
Evaluation
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