posted on December 07, 2015
(Janesville, WI) Gazette Staff
Four area teachers have achieved certification through the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, according to a news release from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
—Janet Albert of Janesville, Morgan Elementary School, Beloit School District, middle childhood, generalist.
—Andrea Behn of Janesville, Parker High School, Janesville School District, early adolescence through young adulthood, world languages other than English.
—Christine Munch of Beloit, Adams Elementary School, Janesville School District, early adolescence, English language arts.
—Terri Ross of Evansville, Merrill Elementary School, Beloit School District, early childhood, generalist.
Thirty-seven teachers from 24 public school districts and two private schools throughout Wisconsin achieved the certification, according to the news release.
Statewide, 972 teachers are certified by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. Certification consists of four components: a written assessment of content knowledge, reflection on student work samples, video and analysis of teaching practice, and documented impact and accomplishments as a teaching professional, according to the news release. The process takes one to three years.