Beginning Teacher Support Program

NCCAT's Beginning Teacher Support program video series features the topics of Behavior Management, Brain Compatible Teaching, Differentiated Instruction, Assessment, and Take Care of Yourself. Click the more videos link below to see the entire series. The program was led by Dr. Deb Teitelbaum




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31 Jul

Professional Educators of North Carolina Establishes “NCCAT Subs On Us”

CULLOWHEE (July 31, 2015)—Professional Educators of North Carolina (PENC) has established a method to help pay for substitute teachers for programs at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching.

22 Jul

Kenan Fellows visit NCCAT

CULLOWHEE—For the eighth year, the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching's western campus hosted the summer institute for the incoming class of Kenan Fellows from June 22–26. 
The Kenan Fellows Program is an innovative model to promote teacher leadership, address teacher retention, and advance K–12 science, technology, and mathematics education. Kenan Fellows are public school teachers from diverse disciplines, selected through a competitive process to participate in a prestigious fellowship. 

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