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08 Mar

“Writing in the Middle School Content Area Classroom” Program Coming to NCCAT

CULLOWHEE—Math, science and social studies teachers will have chance to see that writing offers a tool for both instruction and assessment during “Writing in the Middle School Content Area Classroom” at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a recognized national leader in professional development programming for teachers.

The program, which is number 14613, takes place April 16–19 in Cullowhee. Participants will have the opportunity to practice writing and give constructive feedback.

06 Mar

Teachers working hard in Cullowhee

Power needed to be out for some work during “Integrate Coding into Your Curriculum” and “Nonfiction Texts in Secondary ELA," but it didn't stop the hard working teachers with us in Cullowhee for the program. The work is done and the learning continues.

02 Mar

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss! We hope you will check out some of NCCAT's upcoming literacy programs to help students read more and know more things!

28 Feb

Teachers of NCCAT - Alisa Dial, Robeson County

Alisa Dial, 4th grade teacher in Robeson County

26 Feb

First “Focus Friday” Held at NCCAT Offers Deep Dive into Dyslexia

CULLOWHEE—The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) hosted 41 teachers from across North Carolina for its first “Focus Friday” event on Feb. 23 in Cullowhee. Titled “A Deep Dive Into Dyslexia,” participants were able to deepen their knowledge and expertise as it relates to awareness, instruction and assessment of students exhibiting difficulties in reading consistent with dyslexia.

Discussion for the day centered on the science of reading—why students experience reading difficulty—and the causes and characteristics of dyslexia and reading disabilities.

23 Feb

Using Graphic Organizers Correctly

A graphic organizer is a visual display or chart that shows the relationship between ideas, facts, and information. Here are some tips from Edutopia about how to use them effectively.

21 Feb

Iredell-Statesville Teacher Credits NCCAT with Decision to Remain in Profession

CULLOWHEE—Erin Walle believes things would have turned out very different if she hadn’t attended the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a recognized national leader in professional development programming for teachers.

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