Timing Matters: Getting the Most Bang for Your Teaching Buck

The human brain can only process a limited amount of direct instruction. By timing your lessons appropriately, you can maximize the amount of material your students remember and minimize the amount of reteaching you have to do. Dr. Deb Teitelbaum talks about the topic during an NCCAT Beginning Teacher program.

 

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28 Jun

North Carolina Teacher of the Year Takes Part in Leadership Program at NCCAT

OCRACOKE (June 28, 2016)—North Carolina Teacher of the Year Bobbie Cavnar brought his message of giving back and caring deeply for students to the “North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching Teacher Leadership Institute” in Ocracoke in June.

Cavnar, a South Point High School English and journalism teacher from Gaston County, and 19 other teachers took part in the program examining teacher leadership held at NCCAT, a national leader in professional development for educators.

15 Jun

NCCAT Honored Educator Scholarship Established for Distinguished Polk County Educator

The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a national leader in professional development for teachers, has established the William J. Miller Honored Educator Scholarship to honor an educational leader who served more than 30 years in the school district he attended as a student.

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