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18 Sep

Coming to NCCAT - Reaching Reluctant Readers: Bringing Boys To Books

We hope you will consider joining us for this program at NCCAT ....

15 Sep

Middle Grades ELA: Teaching Beyond the EOG at NCCAT

These teachers have joined us for "Middle Grades ELA: Teaching Beyond the EOG" to examine the knowledge and skills necessary to help students transition successfully from elementary to high school. Teachers will engage in and then craft their own language arts activities that engage both the child and the budding adult in each of their students. Activities will address reading, writing, thinking, speaking and listening skills.

14 Sep

Teachers share ideas to create PBLs at NCCAT

Blogging on the wall at NCCAT in Cullohwee. Teachers are sharing ideas to create PBLs in their classrooms. Thanks to all teachers who are working hard this week with NCCAT.

 

 

07 Sep

Principal of the Year tips for this school year

Jason Griffin is the Wells Fargo North Carolina Principal of the Year for 2017. Griffin joined the faculty at Hertford Grammar in 2011 as a third-grade teacher and served as dean of students before being named principal. We are honored to have Griffin present earlier this year at Ocracoke. EdNC.org published an article from Griffin today with advice to principals for this year.

06 Sep

Durham teacher talks about time at NCCAT

We appreciate Kimberly Perry-Sanderlin of Durham Public Schools attending NCCAT multiple times. She recently took time to tell us about what she finds valuable about the NCCAT experience. Kimberly received the Belk Foundation NCCAT Honored Educator Scholarship during one of her visits.

01 Sep

Elevating and Celebrating Effective Teaching and Teachers in North Carolina event

NCCAT alumnus and good friend Ben Owens, who is a Mathematics & Physics Teacher at Tri-County Early College High School in Murphy, is helping spread the word about the ECET2 North Carolina event coming up. More at the link below. Appreciate all Ben does for education!

 

30 Aug

Gaston County Teacher of the Year shares about NCCAT experience

The 2016-17 Gaston County Teacher of the Year Elizabeth "Beth" Crosby from McAdenville Elementary School has been an NCCAT participant at both Cullowhee and Ocracoke campuses.  

She teachers fifth grade, and has 16 years of experience in education. She spoke with us recently about her time at NCCAT.

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