Assessing Teachers for Professional Certification: The First Decade of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) in the USA is the most ambitious and successful attempt by any country to establish a certification system for recognizing and rewarding teachers who reach high professional standards. This book focuses on The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS).
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Developing Standards and Performance Assessments for Professional Certification
Assessing Teacher Performance
Validity Issues Related to NBPTS Certification
Effects of NBPTS Certification
The Nbpts and the Future
About the Authors
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