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12 Apr

NCCAT groups collaborate from Cullowhee & Ocracoke

Exciting to see the programs "How Do Gifted Students Grow? AIG Concepts and Digital Resources" in Cullowhee led by NCCAT's Elizabeth Joyce and "Literacy Instruction To Promote Critical Thinking" in Ocracoke led by NCCAT's Amy Jo Spencer join together by video this moring. Plenty of sharing and collaboration going on from the mountatins to the see!

Great job!

11 Apr

Beginning Teacher program coming up at NCCAT

Beginning Teachers - NCCAT has a program just for you!

Success from the Start: How To Survive and Thrive Your First Three Years in the Classroom

04 Apr

Blog: Why Won't My Students Talk to Each Other?

NCCAT Faculty member Dr. Deb Teitelbaum covers the importance of team building or class building activities in this new blog.

"You are part of the team, and they need to know they can trust you as much as they trust each other," Teitelbaum writes.

03 Apr

April is a great time for professional development at NCCAT

Are you looking for professional development in April? NCCAT can help with several offerings at Cullowhee and Ocracoke. 

Click here for an April schedule.

31 Mar

Canvas courses available at NCCAT Online

New courses became available at NCCAT Online including the following ones on Canvas. Canvas, North Carolina’s Learning Management System (LMS), is your place for one-stop learning and course management.

Online courses that start April 1:

30 Mar

Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools teacher receives NCCAT Honored Educator Scholarship

Congratulations to Jennifer James of Northeastern High School Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools! Jennifer received the Richard L. Thompson NCCAT Honored Educator Scholarship this week.

29 Mar

Swain County teacher receives NCCAT Honored Educator Scholarship

Congratulations to Lynee Watson of Swain County East Elementary School in Swain County Schools, who received the Boyce T. Deitz NCCAT Honored Educator Scholarship this week.

27 Mar

Spring Literacy Symposium coming up

From our friends at NC DPI ....

The NC English Teachers Association invites all English Language Arts Teachers and all Literacy Teachers to join us for the 4th Annual Bob Alexander Spring Literacy Symposium.  We will gather at East Forsyth High School in Kernersville, NC, on April 29th from 8:30-3:30 for a day enhancing our professional knowledge and renewing our teaching spirit.  Dr. Sally Griffin, Teaching Fellow with the UNC-Charlotte Writing Project and National Paideia Faculty Member will host our keynote address and Paideia Seminar. 

24 Mar

Onslow County Schools teacher receives NCCAT Honored Educator Scholarship

Congratulations to Melinda Mauter of Queens Creek Elementary in the Onslow County Schools

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