On 3/19/17, Jamie wrote:
> I had this same exact question too! I actually emailed NBCT
> regarding this because I have a running list of my
> "observational data" and collaboration with colleagues,
> including parent suggestions too.
> On 3/09/17, Nicole wrote:
>> On 3/09/17, Beth wrote:
>>> Rather than piecing together evidence from emails, a
>>> single question from a survey and/or assessment data from
>>> previous years, is it appropriate to submit 2 pages from
>>> a spreadsheet where I compile much of this information at
>>> the beginning of the year? My spreadsheet shows state
>>> assessment data, behavior/work habit/academic
>>> about student learned from previous year's teacher, and
>>> information learned from intervention teachers. I
>>> typically just make notes on this spreadsheet throughout
>>> the year, including after parent communications. This
>>> will show the information I obtained, and I will explain
>>> HOW I obtained it in my writing. Does this seem like an
>>> appropriate approach to providing evidence?
>> That is what I was thinking about doing. I am still unsure
>> of exactly how to format it. I like your format!