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23 Oct

Rockingham County Schools Takes Part in NCCAT Teacher Leadership Program

CULLOWHEE—During a Teacher Leadership Institute program 23 members of a Rockingham County Schools team focused on creating more teacher leaders while at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a nationally recognized leader in professional development.

The four-day program in Cullowhee allowed educators the chance to work on efforts to help teacher leadership in the Rockingham County district. The new offering is designed to respond to the needs of school districts.

17 Oct

Clinton City Educator Proud to Continue Powell’s Legacy

CLINTON, N.C.—When educator Juandalynn Ray hears about the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching it brings to mind her warm and personal connection with Jean P. Powell.

12 Oct

Jackson County Educators Work on Teacher Leadership with NCCAT

CULLOWHEE—A team of Jackson County educators worked on creating more teacher leaders in the district during a specialized program from the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a nationally recognized leader in professional development.

For four days in Cullowhee, the 13 educators took part in a variety of efforts to help teacher leadership flourish in the district. The Teacher Leadership Institute program is a new offering designed to respond to the needs of school districts.

10 Oct

NCCAT Online Registration Open Now

CULLOWHEE—Registration for the North Carolina Center for Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) Online courses is open.

NCCAT Online is freely available to all North Carolina licensed educators at no additional cost to you or your district. NCCAT Online Courses are short, self-paced modules where participants can earn 3, 5, or 10 contact hours, depending on the number of assignments participants are asked to complete.

04 Oct

NCCAT Spring Registration Open

CULLOWHEE—North Carolina educators have several opportunities from February through June to attend the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT), a recognized national leader in professional development programming for teachers.

21 Sep

Principal of the Year Speaks to Teachers at Ocracoke

OCRACOKE—Wells Fargo North Carolina Principal of the Year Jason Griffin made a presentation during the “Teacher Leadership Institute: Teachers of the Year” program in July at The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching.

North Carolina’s 2016–2017 Teachers of the Year joined NCCAT, a national leader in professional development for teachers, in Ocracoke to examine educational leadership and positive responses to institutional change.

15 Sep

“Leaders Taking Learning to New Heights” at NCCAT Fall Conference for Curriculum Leaders

CULLOWHEE—Educators from across North Carolina took part in the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) Fall Conference for Curriculum Leaders Sept. 6–8.

The theme of the conference was “Taking Leaders of Learning to New Heights.” Curriculum Leaders were provided the opportunity to meet with peers and attend a variety of relevant and timely academic sessions in a collaborative setting.

07 Sep

NCCAT Presents “Reaching Reluctant Readers: Bringing Boys To Books”

CULLOWHEE—The statistics are consistent: young male readers lag behind their female counterparts in literacy skills. In many instances, the reading scores of boys bring down the reading scores for the entire school.

Join the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a national leader in professional development, for “Reaching Reluctant Readers: Brining Boys to Books” in Cullowhee, Oct. 9–12.

30 Aug

EdCampWNC Promotes Learning and Sharing by Teachers at NCCAT

CULLOWHEE—EdCampWNC returned to the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a national leader in professional development, for a sixth time Saturday, August 26.

EdCamps, which began in 2010, are not like a traditional conference with a set schedule determined months ahead of the event. This professional development model has an agenda that is created at the start of the event by the participants to fit their needs. Participants are encouraged to attend sessions that are best for them.

24 Aug

Northwest Halifax Teacher Talks About NCCAT Experience

Srinivas Pannela of Northwest Halifax High received the Marjorie T. and John S. Britt Honored Educator Scholarship to attend NCCAT this year. We appreciate his words about his time at NCCAT and what he will do with it in his classroom. Thank you to Mr. Pannela for all he does in education!

From Srinivas Pannela

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