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North Carolina Teacher of the Year leads NCCAT program

276 NCCAT Drive, Cullowhee 28723

North Carolina 2020 Burroughs Wellcome Fund Teacher of the Year, Maureen Stover, who was also named one of four finalists for National Teacher of the Year, recently presented in the NCCAT program "Dollar Store Science." In this one day seminar, participants  learned ways to design lessons on a budget using inexpensive supplies and tools that you can find at your local discount store.

NCCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULED FOR NOV. 4, 2021

CULLOWHEE – The North Carolina Center of Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) Board of Trustees will have a committee meeting Thursday, Nov. 4 at 5 p.m. in a virtual committee meeting from the NCCAT Cullowhee Campus, 276 NCCAT Drive, Cullowhee, NC 28723. The purpose of the committee meeting is to discuss planning for the future of the Cullowhee Campus facilities. Members of the public may view the meeting live at www.nccat.org 

    NCCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULED FOR NOV. 4, 2021

    CULLOWHEE – The North Carolina Center of Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) Board of Trustees will have a committee meeting Thursday, Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. in a virtual committee meeting from the NCCAT Cullowhee Campus, 276 NCCAT Drive, Cullowhee, NC 28723. The purpose of the committee meeting is to discuss planning for the future for facilities at the Ocracoke campus. Members of the public may view the meeting live at www.nccat.org 

       

      NCCAT Board of Trustees will hold meeting Nov. 5

      276 NCCAT Drive, Cullowhee 28723

      CULLOWHEE – The North Carolina Center of Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) Board of Trustees will have a regularly scheduled meeting Friday, November 5, 2021 starting at 8 a.m. at the NCCAT Cullowhee Campus, 276 NCCAT Drive, Cullowhee, NC 28723. Members of the public may attend or view the meeting live at www.nccat.org 

      NCCAT faculty members part of effort to lead NC into the future with Rethink Education

      North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) faculty members Ms. Elizabeth Joyce and Dr. Mandy Taylor are part of an educational effort to lead the development of effective instructional approaches and content that teachers can use when schools must close for unforeseen disruptions, such as the COVID-19 pandemic. 

      NCCAT Online Registration Open Now With Free Courses

      NCCAT Online courses are self-paced modules. Depending on the course, participants can earn 5 or 10 contact hours. There is no charge for NCCAT Online courses.

      Programs are available in several different content areas.

      Visit following link to apply - https://www.nccat.org/programs/nccat-online

      Who is eligible?

      ●      North Carolina currently licensed teachers.

      Is there a charge for NCCAT Online?

      ●      There is no charge for NCCAT Online courses.

      NCCAT alumni named 2021 NC Space Education Ambassadors

      Five North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching alumni are among the 13 teachers selected as the second class of the North Carolina Space Education Ambassadors (NCSEA) program. Proud of our NCCAT alumni in this group!

      Lisa Godwin, Bryan Hickman, Kimberly Mawhiney, Christine Mitchell, and Jean Pelezo all previously attended NCCAT programming.

      Light Your Future: Differentiated Instruction in a Digital Environment

      276 NCCAT Drive, Cullowhee 28723

      In this session, we will discover ways to differentiate in a digital environment.  Strategies, scenarios, tips, tricks, and practices will be shared to increase student engagement.  Participants will be given an opportunity to understand how differentiating with technology can help them create student personalized learning profiles.  We will explore how to use technology to teach to different learning styles so that retention is easier.  Technology will be used so that teachers can connect with every student, and build stronger relationships that promote learning.