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Join NCCAT to focus on developing supporting questions, gathering and evaluating sources, and using evidence to develop claims in the social studies classroom. Apply now for "Crafting Social Studies Inquiries"
Grades 6-8 in August apply at https://bit.ly/3yCWWSx
The aim of this program Nov. 11-18 is to gain an understanding of the precursors, events, and consequences of the Holocaust and to grapple with the problem of how best to convey this history and the meaning that it can have in the lives and civic practices of our students. To accomplish this goal, we will explore the exhibits and other resources of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC. Participants will meet our bus at predetermined locations across the state and then journey together to Washington for this intensive week.
Call Me MISTER, an acronym for Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role Models, aims to increase the pool of available male teachers of color in the country’s classrooms.
Students in the 21st century classroom need multiple opportunities to interact with content and their peers in meaningful and impactful ways. By utilizing academic discourse strategies, educators become facilitators of the curriculum while students increase ownership of their own learning. Join us Sept. 23 to learn more.
On July 22 beginning at approximately 9:00 a.m., the NCCAT Trustees have been invited to tour the facilities of the Truist Leadership Institute located at 7807 Airport Center Dr, Greensboro, NC 27409. The visit is informational only. The Board will not convene, and no action will take place.
Join NCCAT for two-day Math Virtual Collaborative event later this month - July 27-28 - to learn new math instructional strategies. An array of one-hour sessions focused on data-driven identified needs for math will be provided. Apply now at https://bit.ly/3xMuFXo
Teachers from across North Carolina joined NCCAT for "Literacy for ESL Teachers Kindergarten" in Ocracoke. English Language Learners can often participate in writing activities, even when their speaking skills are limited. Elementary ESL teachers explored the five components of effective literacy instruction while collaborating with colleagues and a district ESL coach to learn how to help their pupils improve their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills based on reading science.