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Banking or How to Get Back on the Horse Once You’ve Been Thrown Workshop #3 CERRA National Board Candidate Support Workshop Toolkit WS10 2010.

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1 Banking or How to Get Back on the Horse Once You’ve Been Thrown Workshop #3 CERRA National Board Candidate Support Workshop Toolkit WS

2 CERRA National Board Toolkit 2 Expectations…. Why I’m here today…? What I’m expecting to learn…?

3 CERRA National Board Toolkit 3 Essential Questions What will it take for me to be emotionally and intellectually ready to move forward? How might I dissect my scores in order to determine which entry(ies) to retake? As I reflect upon the process, what should I include in a professional growth plan for this process? What resources are available to support me in realizing my new goals?

4 CERRA National Board Toolkit 4 Panel Discussion Successful “Bankers”

5 CERRA National Board Toolkit 5 Activity 1 3 – 2 – 1

6 CERRA National Board Toolkit 6 Write… 3 new learnings about yourself as a teacher since beginning the process … 2 things you know now that you wish you’d known earlier in the process … 1 motivational factor that will serve you well during the next phase of this process … Turn to an elbow partner and share one item you wrote.

7 CERRA National Board Toolkit 7 Problem Resolving Conversations

8 CERRA National Board Toolkit 8 The Scoring Process  20 scoring sites in US ensures geographic representation among scoring staff  Candidate’s work scored by a minimum of 12 trained scorers across the country  Assessors trained to score only one portfolio entry or assessment center exercise.

9 CERRA National Board Toolkit 9 Scoring Facts  Assessors complete bias training.  trained to suspend their own belief system.  Score weighting is different for some entries.  12-point constant added to all scores.  offsets possible subjectivity in scoring  Scoring is not:  a deficit model,  based on a bell curve  There are no fatal flaws.

10 CERRA National Board Toolkit 10 The Score Scale 1 (+ or -) Little or no evidence that entry meets standards 2 (+ or -) Limited evidence 3 (+ or -) Clear evidence 4 (+ or -) Clear, consistent, convincing evidence (+ or -) means up to.25 points from rubric score Scores may fall between rubric points 2.75 is considered “accomplished”

11 CERRA National Board Toolkit 11 Scoring: A Weighty Matter 3 CBE X 16 = 48% 1 DAE X 12 = 12% 6 ACE X 6.67= 40% 10 entries = 100% Accomplished entry = X 100% = = minimum score required to earn National Board Certification Weightings printed in green

12 CERRA National Board Toolkit 12 Sample Score Report EntryRaw ScoreWeightRaw X Wght Portfolio Portfolio 2* Portfolio 3* Portfolio 4* AC 1* AC AC 3* AC 4* AC 5* AC

13 CERRA National Board Toolkit 13 Sample Score Report EntryRaw ScoreWeightRaw X Wght Portfolio Portfolio 2* Portfolio 3* Portfolio 4* AC 1* AC AC 3* AC 4* AC 5* AC Sum of scaled scores: 256 Uniform Constant: 12 TOTAL WEIGHT SCALED SORE: 268

14 CERRA National Board Toolkit 14 Activity 2 Looking Back… Moving Forward!

15 CERRA National Board Toolkit 15 Workshop Evaluation Please take a minute to complete the workshop evaluation form. This will help us revise each workshop to meet the needs of National Board candidates.

16 CERRA National Board Toolkit 16 More Information National Board for Professional Teaching Standards ® TEACH CERRA School District Liaison:


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