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October, 2015

01 Oct

Happy National Principals Month!

We just wanted to say Happy National Principals Month from NCCAT! This October is a great time to remember all Principals do throughout the year. We thank them and appreciate the opportunities we get to work with them.

There have been several great stories of efforts like our work with Principal Sara Cook and her school.

05 Oct

Monthly Tool Talk from NCCAT

NCCAT presenter Glenn Gurley passed along this weeks tool talk on Kahoot!.

Kahoot!

Kahoot! is a game-based classroom response system and educational platform that leaves your students begging for more. With a refreshingly new take on introducing a subject and formative assessment - through quizzing, collaboration and presentation of content - Kahoot! initiates peer-led discussions, with students left on the edge of their seats. 

06 Oct

NCCAT alum leads #NCED Twitter chat tonight

NCCAT alum Allison Stewart (allilsunrae) will be leading the #NCed Twitter chat on Connected Educators tonight from 9-10 p.m. Hope you can join them for an interesting time of sharing and learning.

07 Oct

Moore County elementary school shares about trip to NCCAT

Thanks to the @HighfallsEagles (Highfalls Elementary School in Moore County http://www.ncmcs.org/Page/1387) Twitter acc

08 Oct

NCCAT visits Central Elementary School in Elizabeth City

NCCAT Senior Literacy Specialist Amy Jo Spencer recently led the "Integrating Content and Digital Literacy in the 90-Minute Literacy Block" program at Central Elementary School in Elizabeth City.

09 Oct

NCCAT, WCU host state group this weekend

NCCAT is proud to be hosting the North Carolina Folklore Society along with Western Carolina University as it holds its 102nd annual conference on Friday and Saturday.

More from WCU Office of Public Relations ...

12 Oct

NC Retired School Personnel hold meeting at NCCAT

Glad to have the North Carolina Retired School Personnel with us at 

14 Oct

NCCAT works at Burlington school

NCCAT was in Burlington recently.

A wonderful group of teachers took part in a program "Engaging Parents in Early Literacy" at Marvin B. Smith Elementary School. They are looking for strategies to motivate parents to spend more time reading with their children.

15 Oct

Chatham Central High teacher wins Milken Educator Award

Congratulations to Chatham Central High (Chatham County Schools) Science Teacher Eric Patin!

From NC DPI ....

16 Oct

Durham, Chapel Hill/Carrboro and Burke County teams at NCCAT

We are happy to have these team members at NCCAT for Research and Development Teams programs.

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