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February, 2016

04 Feb

Creating Differentiated Learning Using Digital Technology

Teachers from across North Carolina have joined us for "Building an Inclusive Classroom: Creating Differentiated Learning Using Digital Technology" in Cullowhee.


08 Feb

NCCAT works with Winston-Salem school on Google Chrome

Thank you to Instructional Technology Facilitator Leigh Hopkins for having NCCAT Faculty member Elizabeth Joyce work with her at Oak Grove Middle School in Winston-Salem today.They helped teachers with using Google Chrome. NCCAT can visit your school for professional development! 

09 Feb

Monthly tool talk - Lino

Lino is an online bulletin board that can be used for posting notes and multimedia. Just create a canvas for your bulletin board and post. Create a group to share your canvases and stickies with other members or open your canvas to the world for collaboration with non members.

12 Feb

WCU to host new teacher ‘boot camp’ Feb. 13

Here is a great opportunity from our friends across the street in Cullowhee at Western Carolina University!

Western Carolina University will host a “boot camp” for first- to third-year teachers from Western North Carolina from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13, in Room 102 of the Killian Building.

18 Feb

North Carolina Connections Academy works at NCCAT

We enjoyed having the North Carolina Connections Academy with us for a "Solution and Planning Teams" program. NCCAT faculty member Elizabeth Joyce (Digital Learning) and Deb Teitelbaum (Teamwork) made presentations. 

19 Feb

NCCAT in Lincoln County Schools

Title 1 Teachers at Lincoln County Schools took part in a program called "Engaging Parents in Early Grades Literacy" led by NCCAT faculty member Ernest H. Johnson. The focus was strategies for removing barriers that are hindering the process for involving parents in literacy work with their children. With teachers spending less than 40 hours (out of 168) a week with K-5 students, the need for students to be more involved in literacy activities at home is great.

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