536Re: [EASCI] Oklahoma Candidate Support Training
- Jul 2, 2003When sending home newsletters, consider sending a copy
home as an e-mail. This leads to tons of
communication with parents and shows an exceptional
use of technology. It also makes documenting very
easy, just keep copies of everything you send and
receive. A couple of back and forth dialogs with
parents go a long ways in entry 4.
--- Dottie Hayes <artwoman69@...> wrote:
> I live in Fl and am considering NB certification.
> I was also told to start on number 4. I think this
> include college classes you took, tutoring after
> hours, community involvement and any parent
> communication. I am going to start a bi-weekly
> newsletter this fall to help with that.
> Can anyone tell me if I am on the right track?
> Any other suggestions as to what I could start doing
> this summer would be greatly appreciated.
> --- Nora <american_chokolate@...> wrote:
> > Ok, I got back from my state support training
> > workshop. It was
> > pretty good but still overwhelming. We were told
> > begin on our
> > Entry 4 this summer which would give us time to
> > on the other
> > entries during the school year. Hmmm...I learned
> > alot and my
> > facilitator for my group was pretty good.
> > Boy this is a lot of documentation..... I am
> > second thoughts
> > about persuing it for this year. Will let you all
> > know in about 2
> > weeks... (Goes to the home office to meditates)
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