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14 Aug

Best wishes this school year!

We here at NCCAT wish you a great school year as students return to classes across North Carolina. If we can help at all with professional development needs please contact us and visit our website www.nccat.org for more information.

10 Aug

Success from the Start for Beginning Teachers with NCCAT

We appreciate the group of teachers from around North Carolina who joined us for "Success From The Start: How To Survive And Thrive Your First Three Years In the Classroom" in Cullowhee.

Through experiential learning, teachers explored pedagogical concerns including differentiated instruction, brain-compatible teaching, assessment, the effect of poverty on achievement and behavior, and classroom management.

07 Aug

Reaching Reluctant Readers program in Cullowhee

Teachers have joined us for "Reaching Reluctant Readers: Bringing Boys To Books" in Cullowhee. They will discover solutions to capture the attention of reluctant male readers and examine strategies that motivate boys to sustain reading in the classroom and at home.

04 Aug

EdCampWNC returns to NCCAT

EdCampWNC returns to the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a national leader in professional development, for a sixth time Saturday, August 26th.

01 Aug

Teacher Leadership Institute: Gaston County

We are honored to have a group from Gaston County schools at the Cullowhee Campus for a Teacher Leadership Institute. 

Participants will be engaged in the study adn discussion of leadership principles, personal leadership traits, teacher leadership in schools, group dynamics and other aspects of leadership.

28 Jul

Strategies for Motivating And Building Reading Skills In Any Subject at Cullowhee

These wonderful educators have joined us for "Strategies For Motivating And Building Reading Skills In Any Subject" in Cullowhee. Participants in this program will review ideas about how to incorporate reading skill lessons into their curriculum so that they are enticing to struggling, reluctant, and disengaged learners.

26 Jul

Teachers create grant proposals after NCCAT program

We are happy to hear that 90 percent of people who attended "Reading Resources: Equipping Your Classroom For Reading Success" have already submitted two funding proposals after a week in the program led by Dr. Ernest Johnson of NCCAT.

25 Jul

Beginning Teacher program at NCCAT

Teachers from across North Carolina have joined us for "Success From The Start: How To Survive And Thrive Your First Three Years In The Classrooms" in Cullowhee this week.

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