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27 Feb

NCCAT works in Rockingham County Schools

NCCAT faculty member Elizabeth Joyce worked with these teachers at Moss Street Elementary in Rockingham County Schools in a Reading for Meaning:Role of Questioning session on Feb. 14.

23 Feb

NCCAT Canvas progams

Happy Digital Learning Day! Every day is Digital Learning Day at NCCAT. And one of the key parts of that is Canvas Training which is taught by a certified Canvas trainer Elizabeth Joyce.

23 Feb

Monthly Tool Talk - TweenTribune

TweenTribune is a free, not-for-profit online newspaper for students, aged 8–15.

22 Feb

Total Solar Eclipse training

On Monday afternoon, August 21, 2017, all of North Carolina will experience a partial solar eclipse. A sliver of the western part of the state will experience a total solar eclipse for approximately two and a half minutes.

17 Feb

NCCAT alum helps create literacy program

Sandra McMahan is an educator and an NCCAT alum. She is also the mother of members of the tremendous band Mountain Faith, which has appeared on "America’s Got Talent" among other honors. The group and Sandra have a wonderful new program that is working to help students write creatively and discover the importance and benefits of quality writing. More about it at the link below.

Great job Sandra!

Click here to learn more.

15 Feb

Middle Grades ELA: Teaching Beyond the EOG at NCCAT

Thank you to these teachers from across North Carolina for being with us for "Middle Grades ELA: Teaching Beyond the EOG." Teachers are engaging in and crafting 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. We appreciate these educators being with us and look forward to keeping in touch!
 
09 Feb

Burke County teachers develop reading intervention activities while at NCCAT

NCCAT is honored to have Burke County Schools Superintendent Dr. Larry Putnam and a team from Burke County with us in Cullowhee for a Teacher Leadership program. Thank you to them for being with us this week!

09 Feb

Principals of the year announced; two have NCCAT ties

Congratulations to all these principals, especially Jason Griffin and Mary Hemphill, who have attended NCCAT programs. Thank you to all North Carolina principals for all you do! Always let us know if we can help.

26 Jan

Five of nine regional teachers of the year have NCCAT connections

Congratulations to all of the nine teachers from across North Carolina who have been selected as the state's regional Teachers of the Year and will now compete for the title of of 2017 Burroughs Wellcome Fund North Carolina Teacher of the Year. The winner succeeds the 2016 Teacher of the Year, Bobbie Cavnar, a high school English and journalism teacher at South Point High in Gaston County. Part of the honor includes a trip to NCCAT.

Those who have attended or are about to attend NCCAT are:

- Northeast: Amy Parker, Hertford Grammar (Perquimans County Schools)

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