6 DCPS educators earn National Board Certifications – The Owensboro Times

The Owensboro Times
By Ryan Richardson
January 9, 2023 | 12:06 am
Updated January 8, 2023 | 11:11 pm
Six Daviess County Public Schools educators recently earned the designation of National Board Certified Teachers, while 11 others renewed their certifications. They join 52 active DCPS educators who have achieved and maintained this exemplary standard of teaching excellence. 
The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards is an organization dedicated to improving schools and student learning by strengthening the quality of those who teach. The board sponsors a national certification process that measures a teacher’s practices against high standards of excellence. This involves an extensive series of performance based assessments that includes teaching portfolios, student work samples, videotapes, and a thorough analysis of the candidates’ classroom teaching and student learning. Teachers also complete a series of written exercises that explore the depth of their subject-matter knowledge as well as their understanding of how best to teach these subjects to their students. 
Those receiving their first certification are:
DCPS teachers earning recertification are: 
January 9, 2023 | 12:06 am
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