Virginia NBCT Network
VA NBCT Annual Summit March 23rd- Save the Date!
The VA NBCT Network is looking for enthusiastic leaders to present at this year's summit. The theme is Advance, Support, Advocate. If you would be interested in presenting at this year's summit, submit a proposal via the link below.
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LEAP Grant Updates: First ACE Meeting in Martinsville, VA
We held the 2 hour event at The New College Institute, a gorgeous modern facility. ACEs were able to present and raise awareness of the National Board Certification process. This initiative is part of our larger grant work with LEAP (Leading, Empowering, and Advocating for the Profession) in collaboration with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
NBCT Scores Released 12/1 & Renewal Results Released on 10/27
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Subject Line: My Journey with National Board Certification
Judy Deichman is the librarian at Nottoway Middle School in Crewe, Virginia. She started a bookmobile 3 years ago to take books and lunches to her students during the summer months. She had opened her library during the summer, but found that students did not have transportation. It was then that Nottoway-Book-Away bookmobile was born. Click the link to read an article all about its creation. Great job, Judy!
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NBCTs Doing Big Things!
Karen is the author of the book Santa's Sick of Cookies, used to teach literacy skills including characters, setting, plot, theme, problem/solution, visualization, figurative language, nouns, making predictions, and writing.
Santa flies South from a Pole far away as Eastern Shore youngins keep watch for his sleigh...Surely even old Saint Nick gets sick of cookies on Christmas Eve! A little boy from the Eastern Shore of Virginia is determined to give Santa some variety in his Yuletide snacks . . . But how?