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05 Jun

NCCAT Online Available Free to North Carolina Teachers

At NCCAT, we strive to give teachers the tools that they need to support North Carolina students. In addition to our residential, face-to-face programs, we provide a number of online, self-paced courses. All PreK–12th grade North Carolina public school teachers are eligible. NCCAT offers relevant content in an easily accessible format through NCCAT Online.

04 Jun

Make Plans Now to Join NCCAT in September

The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching has several professional development opportunities for September. Act now to apply for these programs.

NCCAT, a recognized national leader in professional development programming for teachers, helps North Carolina teachers grow in knowledge, skills, compassion, and professionalism so that students become engaged, self-motivated, and successful. Our mission is to advance teaching as an art and a profession.

Here are some programs coming up in September:

04 Jun

NCETA's Outstanding English and Literacy Teacher Awards

The North Carolina English Teachers Association (NCETA) is requesting your nominations for the annual Outstanding English Teacher and Outstanding Literacy Teacher Awards. These awards seek to recognize excellence in literacy instruction and the teaching of English Language Arts. The deadline to submit nominations is June 15, 2018.

30 May

NCCAT presents the 4 Cs of the Google Classroom

Collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity—the 4 Cs—are critical components of the digital learning competencies that support and enhance student learning and success for our global society.

29 May

NCCAT Accepting Applications for Two Faculty Positions

CULLOWHEE—The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching is currently taking applications for two faculty positions.

NCCAT, a recognized national leader in professional development programming for teachers, openings are:

Senior STEM Specialist

Deborah
Rogers
Food Services Tech
21 May

Teachers of NCCAT - Ginger Flynn

Where do you get your best ideas?  What inspires you?

My best ideas come from colleagues, especially fellow NCCAT participants. All great ideas come from others... really! When I visit NCCAT, everyone discusses their best. Their best lessons, techniques, etc. are the answers to my questions. Being in that environment, you are given the time to reflect and decide how that can be used in your room.

Ginger Flynn

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