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National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
National Board Certification in Library Media
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National Board Certification in Library Media

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Information about pursuing National Board certification in school library media.

Information about pursuing National Board certification in school library media.

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  • 1. Working Towards NationalBoard Certification in Library Media
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 2. This Hour’s Agenda
    1. What National Board Certification is & isn’t
    2. What’s involved
    3. Resources to help
    4. Getting started
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 3. What NB Certification Is…and Isn’t
    Is…
    … a demonstration of the impact of your teaching on student achievement
    … a process that consists of a portfolio and series of assessments
    … a credential that can trump state requirements for certification
    … represents an investment of about $2800
    Can…
    … be funded through state programs or grants
    … result in a financial supplement
    Isn’t…
    … equivalent to an advanced degree
    … being highly qualified
    … a guarantee of employment protection
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 4. NB Certification – What’s Involved
    4 Portfolio Entries
    Text
    6 Assessment Areas
    Text
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 5. NB Certification – What’s Involved
    Entry 2: Appreciation of Literature
    Entry I: Instructional Collaboration
    4 Portfolio Entries
    Text
    Entry 3: Integration of Instructional Technologies
    Entry 4: Documented Accomplishments
    Text
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 6. NB Certification – What’s Involved
    Videos – small groups and pan of the library
    Entry 2: Appreciation of Literature
    Student work samples
    4 Portfolio Entries
    Entry I: Instructional Collaboration
    Text
    Entry 3: Integration of Instructional Technologies
    Entry 4: Documented Accomplishments
    Videos – two lessons from same project
    Text
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
    Artifacts of learning, leading, and community partnerships
  • 7. NB Certification – What’s Involved
    Ethical and legal tenets
    Collection development
    6 Assessment Areas
    Technologies
    Text
    Information literacy
    Knowledge of literature
    Text
    Organizational management
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 8. Print resources
    Dickinson, Gail, 2005. Achieving National Board Certification for School Library Media Specialists: A Study Guide
    Milam, Peggy. 2005. National Board Certification in Library Media: A Candidate's Journal.
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 9. Yahoo Group for Library Media Candidates
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 10. Yahoo Group for Library Media Candidates
    Listserv
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 11. Yahoo Group for Library Media Candidates
    Searchable archives
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 12. Yahoo Group for Library Media Candidates
    Files
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 13.
  • 14. My process
    Summer before
    candidacy
    Year of
    candidacy
    A year before
    candidacy
    Film lessons; write 3 other portfolio entries; begin reading and preparation for assessments; Revisit accomplishments last.
    Read Yahoo group listserv to get an overview of the process; talk to NB teachers and media specialists
    Work on documented accomplishments portfolio entry, plan lessons and line up collaborators, filmers, readers
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 15. What was helpful to me
    In your
    district/
    region
    At a distance
    Online
    At school
    Local or nearby NB LMSes, support groups
    NB LMSes
    as volunteer readers, helping remotely
    NB teachers in other subject areas at my school
    Yahoo Library Media Group listserv, archives
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 16. Things to know
    Remember that your community connections in your Documented Accomplishments must be within the last year
    Documented Accomplishments are a good part of the portfolio to look at first and then revisit last. You will see them through the lens of “student achievement” after writing the other entries.
    *** You must have release forms on file from all students and any adults in the videos***
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    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010
  • 17. Something else to think about….
    Take One! allows to start the National Board Process with a single portfolio entry – Entry 2. This might be a good “first step” for those considering the process.
    With Take One!, you can “bank” the scores and complete the rest of the portfolio the next year.
    ISTE SIGMS
    Wendy Stephens
    May 26, 2010

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