The Accomplished Teaching Body of Knowledge (BoK: Five Core Propositions, Architecture of Accomplished Teaching, and the National Board Standards) provides educators an opportunity to engage in a shared learning of the foundational principles of excellent teaching, while using the frame of the Accomplished Teaching BoK to assess and reflect upon their instructional practice to further develop and improve teaching and learning and impact student growth and achievement.  Each seminar session will engage educators in an alignment of each of the core propositions with the instructional practice standards and indicators of the Nevada Educator Performance Framework (NEPF).

If you would like to register for one or more of these workshops, click the following link:

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Seminar 1 – Knowledge of Students: Teachers are Committed to Students and their Learning.  This workshop will emphasize the importance of knowing your students beyond a mandated assessment score. Participants will be encouraged to reflect on becoming “acquainted with students across social and educational settings, not simply within their own learning environments”.

Date:  Tuesday, September 18     Time:  4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Seminar 2 – Knowledge of Subject: Teachers Know the Subjects They Teach and How to Teach Those Subjects.  This workshop will highlight how educators “use rich, complex subject matter to promote student learning across developmental levels; and [to recognize] how knowledge is established within and across subject areas”.

Date:  Thursday, October 11     Time:  4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Seminar 3 – Knowledge of Assessment: Teachers are Responsible for Managing and Monitoring Student Learning. This third workshop focuses on how “teachers diligently manage the systems, programs, and resources that support every educational endeavor”.

Date:  Tuesday, October 23     Time:  4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Seminar 4 – Responsive and Reflective Educator: Teachers Think Systematically about Their Practice and Learn from Experience. During this workshop participants will have an opportunity to explore how “teachers possess a professional obligation to become perpetual students of their craft”.

Date:  Thursday,  November 15     Time:  4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Seminar 5 – Collaborative Educator: Teachers are Members of Learning Communities. This final workshop will engage participants in recognizing the power of “accomplished teachers [reaching] beyond the boundaries of their individual classrooms to engage wider communities of learning”; identifying the diverse members and stakeholders within learning communities.

Date:  Tuesday, December 4     Time:  4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

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