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04 Jan

Pine Valley Elementary School teacher and NCCAT alumna Kelly Crowley earns honor

We're happy to see Kelly Crowle honored recently!

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08 Dec

NCCAT alumna part of successful "Hour of Code" effort at Hendersonville Elementary

Happy to see Hendersonville Elementary Principal Kerry Stewart part of a story about the success of "Hour of Code" this week. Kerry is an NCCAT alumna.

04 Dec

NCCAT session leader nominated for Life Changer Award

Congratulations to Rocky Mount High School Art Teacher Paisley Cloyd on being nominated for the Life Changer Award! Paisley has been a great help in our grant writing programs with NCCAT faculty member Dr. Ernest Johnson.

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02 Dec

Catawba County math teacher takes NCCAT back to the classroom

We appreciate Jessica Caldwell, who teaches sixth grade math at Clyde Campbell Elementary School in Catawba County, telling us about how she took what she learned in a program led by NCCAT faculty member Deb Teitelbaum back to the classroom. Jessica adapted an activity from the program and had students create pictures from Ed Emberley's "Picture Pie." They then calculated the circles and fractions of circles of each color.

24 Nov

Vance County Principal of the Year has NCCAT ties

Congratulations to Pinkston Street Elementary School Principal Heddie Somerville. She was named the Principal of the Year recently in Vance County. We appreciate the work Principal Somerville and her school have done with NCCAT!

 

 

20 Nov

Clinton City School teacher receives Belk Honored Educator Scholar honor

Congratulations to Vevlyn Lowe the Belk Foundation Honored Educator Scholar for 2015-16. She teaches at Sampson Middle School in the Clinton City Schools district.

29 Oct

NCCAT alumna keeps learning and growing

NCCAT alumna Morina Ricablanca is always learning and sharing that knowledge with her students. Great work Morina!

 

 

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14 Sep

Peer-to-peer professional learning opportunity in Western North Carolina started by NCCAT alum

NCCAT alum Ben Owens is working with Dr. David Strahan at Western Carolina University to enhance teacher collaboration and professional learning throughout Western North Carolina. Below is a letter about the work from Ben.

04 Sep

Buncombe County District Teacher of the Year honored from Ocracoke

Congratulations to Lila Downs Morel and other Buncombe County Schools district Teachers of the Year! Lila joined the announcement from Ocracoke where she and others were taking part in an North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching Research and Development Teams program.

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