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New technology available at NCCAT Cullowhee campus

The Swivl robot recording device is part of the new upgrades in the NCCAT Makerspace lab.

CULLOWHEE - The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) has added communication and collaborative tools for presenters and participants while they are on the Cullowhee campus. Teachers have the opportunity to learn from and use the state of the art technology in our Markerspace lab.

The new additions are:

Swivl robot recording device: This tool uses a cell phone (Apple or Android) or Tablet (Apple or Anroid) for video recording. The participant wears a marker clip for a microphone and tracking for optimal voice and video recording. The phone or tablet attached will record video and audio using an App. The tool offers countless possibilities for flipped learning, reflection and teaching skills, and countinued learning.

Promethean 75” Active Panel: This device is a touch screen panel that has both Windows 10 and Chrome operating system available along with the Activcast for mirror laptops, phones, and tablets.

NCCAT, a recognized national leader in professional developmentprovides teachers with new knowledge, skills, teaching methods, best practices and information to take back to their classrooms. We continuously solicit input from school systems and charter schools about their professional development needs and the best ways to serve them. That is reflected in the ever-expanding varieties and formats in which NCCAT is meeting that need from residential, online, school-based and regional professional development.

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