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23 Jan

New NCCAT employee - Lucretia King

NCCAT welcomes Lucretia King! She is our new Program Associate. Lucretia has 24 years of experience including in the Air Force, university system, and with non-profits. Her most recent position was as Program Coordinator for AmeriCorps Partnership to End Homelessness at The Servant Center in Greensboro, NC. She also earned her Master’s degree in Adult Education from Appalachian State University.
17 Jan

"Immersive Digital Learning in the English, History and Science Classroom" program at NCCAT

We appreciate these teachers joining us for "Immersive Digital Learning in the English, History, and Science Classroom" in Cullowhee. Teachers have learned how to create a learning space where digital tools are seamlessly integrated. They have investigated a variety of digital tools and seen example lessons for the English/language arts, history, and science classrooms. Thank you for being with us!
15 Jan

Become a Google for Education Certified Innovator in 2019

Very interesting information about how to become a Google for Education Certified Innovator in 2019.

From Google blog - The Google for Education Certified Innovator Program supports educators in developing new projects for their classrooms and school districts.Members participate in a year-long mentorship program that begins with workshops called Innovator Academies where teachers, coaches and Google experts learn from each other. Today, applications for the 2019 Innovator Academies are open.

10 Jan

Additional Coaching the Coach program offered

Another Coaching the Coach program is on the NCCAT schedule!


March 12, 2019 to March 15, 2019

Located at 276 NCCAT Drive, Cullowhee, NC 28723

08 Jan

Teachers join NCCAT For Success From the Start in Ocracoke

Thank you to these teachers who are with us for "Success From the Start: How to Survive and Thrive Your First Three Years in the Classroom" in Ocracoke. Through experiential learning, teachers will explore pedagogical concerns including differentiated instruction, brain-compatible teaching, assessment, the effect of poverty on achievement and behavior, and classroom management. Thank you for being with us!
04 Jan

Buncombe County School educators visit NCCAT

Thank you to Buncombe County educators for joining us in Cullowhee for Teacher Leadership Institute: Buncombe County this week. We appreciate the hard work they did during the week about coaching and leadership. An example of their work on coaching conversations is in the photo with this blog.
19 Dec

Teachers of NCCAT - Jessica Falls

Which teacher made the most impact on your life?

"My kindergarten teacher, Ms.Stevenson made the most impact on my life. At the age of 5 i entered her classroom and immediately knew I wanted to be just like her. She was kind and compassionate yet strong. She had perfect balance of tough love and loving love. We had an assignment to draw/write about what we wanted to be when we grew up and I drew a picture of Ms.Stevenson. I knew at age of 5 I wanted to be an educator just like her. I wanted to create a classroom full of kids who are excited about learning!!" 

17 Dec

Montly Tool Talk - OneTab

When you find yourself with too many tabs, use the Google Extension, OneTab, to convert all of your tabs into a list. When you need to access the tabs again, you can either restore them individually or all at once. When using the OneTab list, you will save up to 95% of memory because you will have reduced the number of tabs open in Google Chrome. You can also share lists by selecting the 'share as a web page' button.

12 Dec

North Carolina continues to lead in National Board Certified teachers

NCCAT says a huge congratulations to North Carolina teachers for this accomplishment.


11 Dec

Lincoln County teacher talks about NCCAT experience

From Belinda Minnich of Asbury Academy in Lincoln County - "I first heard of NCCAT during my third year of teaching. One of my teaching mentors described her time at a session in Cullowhee. She spoke about how it reenergized her during a time in the school year when both student and teacher can be a be down- that dreaded early third 9 weeks! From that moment on, I wanted to go. NCCAT provides North Carolina's teachers great quality professional development that challenges us and allows us to grow!"

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