NBCT: Students benefited most from certification process

02/20/2009 | Peninsula Gateway (Gig Harbor, Wash.), The

Fifteen newly National Board Certified Teachers in Washington state say the process was rewarding, improved their teaching and helped them reach their ultimate goal of improving student learning. "As a NBCT, I believe the students have perhaps benefited the most from my experience," said Brenda Aston, a new NBCT in the Peninsula school district. "I see myself as a more skilled and confident facilitator of student learning. I am more intentional about what I do with regard to student learning, and my students are learning more as a result. It was a hugely challenging and worthwhile process to go through."

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