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20 Apr

Alamance-Burlington High School Teacher Wins NC's Top Honors

Congrats to these fine teachers! Especially Teacher of the Year Freebird McKinney. Looking forward to seeing you at NCCAT ...

 

From the NC DPI

 

For immediate release

April 20, 2018

 

 

17 Apr

Reigniting a Passion for Reading for Middle Schoolers

Here are some good tips to help middle schoolers get excited about reading for pleasure from edutopia. Teachers can partner with middle school parents ...

16 Apr

Happy National School Library month!

At NCCAT we appreciate all school library media specialists do across the state! Here is more about this special month from NC DPI ...

Schools across North Carolina this month are celebrating National School Library Month to highlight the critical importance of school library media centers and their specialists to enrich student learning.

13 Apr

NCCAT Teacher Leadership Institute - Southeast RESA

Thank you to the teacher leaders from around the Southeast RESA for joining us for the NCCAT Teacher Leadership Institute - SE RESA program in Ocracoke. Teachers explored leadership standards and developed an understand of the importance of teamwork in schools.

09 Apr

Teachers of NCCAT: Roni Winston

I wanted to become a teacher because I wanted to be a positive influence on young people. There are so many negative influences telling teenagers who they can't be that I want to be one of the voices encouraging them to be their very best selves.

07 Apr

NCCAT alumna named WWAY TV Teacher of the Week

Congratulations to Amber Meares! Meares, an NCCAT alumna, works at North Whiteville Academy in Columbus County.

04 Apr

Teachers of NCCAT - Stephenie Clark

The sun is at a mid-morning rise and bursts of light are beaming into the classroom. Twenty-six bright eighth grade mathematicians transition into the room. They take their seats, smiling and silently greeting their desk neighbors with coded hand gestures, a variety of head nods, or a simple wave. Every student is excited to tackle the objective of the day, even the ones who claim, “Math just ain’t my bag.”

29 Mar

Research-tested benefits of breaks

Edutopia with an article on how regular, short breaks will help students focus. To learn more join us for "The Physically Active Academic Classroom" in May at NCCAT. Teachers will learn a variety of strategies for integrating instruction with physical activity, but not at the expense of intellectual rigor. Armed with a collection of techniques you can use immediately, design and create your own physically and mentally active lessons.

27 Mar

Wake County teacher receives Luz Frye NCCAT Scholarship

Congratulations to Laura Griffith on receiving the NCCAT Luz M. Frye Honored Educator Scholarship! Ms. Griffith is the Spanish teacher for all grades at Fuguay-Varinia Middle School in Wake CountyThis scholarship was established in honor of Luz Frye who taught Spanish in Wake County for thirty years.

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