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12 Oct

Join us in December for professional development

December will be here before we know it, and when it comes NCCAT has come great professional development opportunities. From surviving and thriving in the 90-minute block to digital learning in K-2 grades there is a professional development opportunity for you. The overarching focus of these programs is to increase an educator's capacity to improve learning outcomes for all children. 

06 Oct

NCCAT Now on Instagram

CULLOWHEE (October 6, 2015)—The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a recognized national leader in professional development programming for teachers, now has another way to connect with teachers with the launch of an account on Instagram (@nccatnews).

29 Sep

NCCAT “Solution and Planning Teams” Openings Available

CULLOWHEE (September 29, 2015)—The NCCAT “Solution and Planning Teams” program offers educators an opportunity to meet in a residential setting devoid of distraction to create and advance departmental, school, or district-wide projects. These projects might consist of new programming, research, planning, or curricula.

This offering was formerly titled “Research and Development Teams” program.

 

28 Sep

NCCAT Hosts Library Media Specialists from Around North Carolina

CULLOWHEE (September 28, 2015)—The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) hosted more than 40 library media specialists (LMS) from across the state in Cullowhee Sept. 22–25. “How Library Media Specialists Can Support Literacy” was designed as a flipped program for library media specialists with pre-and post-program components

11 Sep

NCCAT Spring Registration Now Open for Educators

CULLOWHEE (September 11, 2015)—North Carolina educators have plenty of opportunities throughout the spring to attend the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT), a recognized national leader in professional development programming for teachers.

08 Sep

NCCAT Board of Trustees Schedules Meeting

CULLOWHEE (September 08, 2015)—A special meeting of the board of trustees of the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching will be held, via conference call, at 1 p.m. on Friday, September 11, 2015.

02 Sep

Fall Literacy offerings available now from NCCAT

CULLOWHEE - If you are looking for Fall Literacy professional development the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching can help. NCCAT, a  recognized national leader in professional development programming for teachers, has historically provided strong literacy support for teachers throughout the grade span. Those type of high-quality professional development experiences will be available again this fall.

25 Aug

NCCAT Names Senior Digital Literacy Specialist

CULLOWHEE (August 25, 2015)—Elizabeth Joyce has been named senior digital literacy specialist at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a recognized national leader in professional development for teachers. NCCAT Executive Director Richard Thompson announced the appointment, effective August 17th.

18 Aug

Middle Fork Elementary School Works in a Variety of Ways with NCCAT

CULLOWHEE (August 18, 2015)—Middle Fork Elementary School has experienced direct benefits from an ongoing professional development working relationship with the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, according to Principal Sara Cook.

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school first had two teachers attend an NCCAT program lead by faculty member Dr. Deb Teitelbaum.

11 Aug

NCCAT Releases Beginning Teacher Support Program Online Tools

CULLOWHEE (August 11, 2015)—One-third of the teachers in the United States leave the profession after three years and nearly half leave by the fifth year. To quell this loss of talent in North Carolina, the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching has created a digital library containing videos and other materials to aid teachers—novice and veteran—in mastering the most common sources of frustration and confusion: Behavior Management, Brain Compatible Teaching, Differentiated Instruction, Assessment, and Taking Care of Yourself.

Media Inquiries

Direct inquires to: Todd Vinyard Public Communications Specialist 828-293-5202 ext. 1219 todd.vinyard@nccat.org

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