I'd definitely use this, as long as you can show that kids benefitted. Did the teachers in the schools you worked with learn new strategies, new standards? Everything seems to depend on how you can prove that kids are better off for your having been on this committee.
I am a candidate in waiting, so my advice must be taken with that in mind.
Mary Jo in MO
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1. NBPTS Entry #5
Date: Sat, 02 Sep 2000 16:49:53 -0000
Subject: NBPTS Entry #5
Do you think that serving as the chairman of the Science Committee
for SACS (Southern Associatiion of Colleges and Schools)
Accreditation would be an acceptable activity for Entry 5? It was an
on-going process over 3 to 4 years. I have served as a mentor for a
new teacher during his first teaching year. I went through 2 weeks
of all day training in a mentor program to become qualified as a
mentor. Would this activitiy be appropriate? I have also earned my
M.Ed. and my Ed.S. degree with an ESOL (English-Speakers of other
Languages) certificate. Should I use these in an Entry? What do you