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NCCAT Online courses are self-paced modules. Depending on the course, participants can earn 5 or 15 contact hours. There is no charge for NCCAT Online courses. Apply and complete courses today to help with licensure needs. Join NCCAT for high-quality professoinal anytime, anywhere you can. NCCAT Online is part of the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching mission to support teachers and impact students across the state.

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NCCAT Online courses are self-paced modules. Depending on the course, participants can earn 5 or 10 contact hours. There is no charge for NCCAT Online courses.

Programs are available in several different content areas.

Visit following link to apply - https://www.nccat.org/programs/nccat-online

Who is eligible?

●      North Carolina currently licensed teachers.

Is there a charge for NCCAT Online?

●      There is no charge for NCCAT Online courses.

NCCAT alumni named 2021 NC Space Education Ambassadors

Five North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching alumni are among the 13 teachers selected as the second class of the North Carolina Space Education Ambassadors (NCSEA) program. Proud of our NCCAT alumni in this group!

Lisa Godwin, Bryan Hickman, Kimberly Mawhiney, Christine Mitchell, and Jean Pelezo all previously attended NCCAT programming.

NCCAT Faculty Math Tip and Schedule - Dr. Bonnie Bolado

Dr. Bonnie Bolado, Senior Math Specialist, came to NCCAT after holding a variety of positions in education and serving as a professional development presenter for various educational organizations. Check out a math tip from Dr. Bolado, and apply today to join her for some of the special upcoming Math professional development at NCCAT!

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Early Grade Literacy Tip - Gin Hodge

There is simply no aspect of word-level reading that is unaffected by phonological skills. This deficit is far and away the most common reason children struggle in word-level reading.

NCCAT Early Grades Literacy Specialist Gin Hodge helps support teachers in incorporating early grades literacy learning into their instruction. Hodge has been honored as Buncombe County Teacher of the Year in 2002. Her experience includes teaching kindergarten (Jackson County), first grade (Rutherford), and third and fourth grades (Buncombe County). Hodge has been an instructional coach for ten years with Buncombe County. She received her undergraduate and graduate degree from Western Carolina University.

Below is a tip and some upcoming NCCAT literacy program opportunities. We hope to see you at NCCAT!