Monday, October 18, 2021 07:00 AM

Mahalo Teachers and HSTA

Last updated on February 19, 2021 11:36 am
The Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) is thankful to have been part of the Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) 2021 Institute Week on each of the islands this year. The virtual format was innovative and engaging. Thank you to all of the teachers who showed up to our workshops and discussions, and thank you to HSTA for providing the space to share our work with teachers. We were able to provide a licensing workshop that explained what we do as well as vital information for those licensed and interested in becoming licensed. National Board Certified Teacher Ambassadors were able to explain the importance of becoming a National Board Certified Teacher as well as professional development and other supports for assisting teachers in this process. There was also a workshop (inspired by the work of Dr. Troy Hutchings) dedicated to helping teachers consider what it takes to make ethical decisions, which featured a presentation from an expert on Cybertraps for Eductors. All of the presentation slides are provided below. We hope to continue the collaboration with HSTA and teachers as we continue to move forward.
2021 HSTA Institute Week
 
Teacher Licensing, Simplified Felicia Villalobos (HTSB) and Sungti Hsu (HTSB) Educators explore the process of applying for a license, adding fields to your current license as well as license renewals. The session wrapped up with question & answer time facilitated by a licensing specialist from the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board.
Link to slides
 
Are You NBCT Ready? National Board Certified Teacher Information Session Regional NBCT Teacher Ambassadors and Tracey Idica, NBCT and HTSB The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) Certification is the highest professional distinction available in education. It benefits students, teachers, and school systems by advancing the quality of teaching and learning. Attend one of our information sessions to learn more about the revised, teacher-friendly process incorporating the latest research in best practices in teaching! Find out about the resources, support and financial incentives offered in Hawaii.
Link to slides
Link to handout
 
Making Ethical Decisions in a Digital Classroom, and Beyond RJ Rodriguez (HTSB) Special Guest Fred Lane, Attorney and Author of Cybertraps for Educators 2.0 (Cybertraps.com) What could possibly go wrong? We will discuss professional ethics and their application to classrooms, focusing on the digital age and a proactive approach to ethical decision-making. The content is inspired by previous Hawaii presentations from Dr. Troy Hutchings and includes a recorded presentation from Fred Lane on EdTech trends (Cybertraps) from the pandemic.
Link to slides
Link to recorded presentation from Fred Lane
Link to HTSB MCEE handout