Welcome to NCAE National Board Certification Support Information Central!
Interested in pursuing National Board Certification, but not sure what it’s all about? Wondering what support is available? NCAE is here to help! Check out all of the support sessions workshops available to support you!
Cluster/District Drive-In Clinics – All Candidates
These daylong workshops will get you moving forward in your candidacy with tips on your content area standards, reflective writing, and writing about student work samples and data. This is a great opportunity to begin networking with other candidates!
Each date will run a different agenda.
Regional Professional Learning Days
These daylong workshops are built to bring candidate support close to you! With four sessions in the fall semester (all running the same agenda), and four sessions in the spring semester (also all running the same agenda), these sessions will allow candidates to direct their own candidacy, connecting to the support sessions candidates need.
- NC A&T State University, Greensboro – September 21
- Chowan University, Murphreesboro – October 19
- Catawba College, Salisbury – November 2
- Campbell University, Buies Creek – December 7
- NC Wesleyan College, Rocky Mount – January 25
- UNC-Wilmington – February 15
- UNC-Asheville – March 8 (tentative)
- Elon University, Elon – April 12 (tentative)
January JumpStart – Advanced and Renewal Candidates Workshop
This daylong workshop is geared towards Advanced Candidates with regards to how to proceed with your candidacy, the ins and outs of determining what assessment exercises to retake, and what support is out there for you. There is also a track for Renewal Candidates, including those who are just beginning their candidacy, and those who are already pushing forward, full steam ahead!
Saturday, January 11 – 9am – 4pm – NCAE Center, Raleigh Agenda Register
Winter Boot Camp – All Candidates!
This two and a half day support session for ALL Candidates is being held in Raleigh on February 6-8, 2014! We will begin on Thursday, February 6, with dinner at the NCAE Center. Candidates will be provided an opportunity to work, and will have NBCTs with a wide swath of expertise available to bounce ideas and critique products. Participants will be able to group by certificate area, or get some one on one time with NBCTs. There will also be content sessions on reflective writing, writing and interpreting, videotaping, documented accomplishments, one on one appointments, and small group work sessions.