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03 Oct

Warren County teacher receives NCCAT Honored Educator Scholarship

Erin Simons of Vaughn Elementary School with Warren County has been named the Richard L. Thompson NCCAT Honored Educator Scholarship recipient.

29 Sep

Holocaust Education at NCCAT

Educators from across North Carolina gathered at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching for "Holocaust Education: Effective Strategies And Resources" in Cullowhee.

This program offered teachers an opportunity to broaden and deepen their knowledge of the historical context of the Holocaust. Focusing on best practices, appropriate strategies, and significant resources for instruction, they gained an understanding of the precursors, events, and consequences of the Holocaust.

27 Sep

A lecture from a familiar face at NCCAT

A good friend of NCCAT Vicki Simmons from Haynes-Inman Education Center had a special treat while with us for the Holocaust Education: Effective Strategies and Resources. A former college professor of hers at UNC Greensboro Dr. Karl Schleunes was also a presenter at this this program. You never know during a lifetime of learning when you will come full circle like that. 

20 Sep

NCCAT alum part of language programs that boost academics in Buncombe schools

Good work by several educators on this effort including NCCAT alum Cheri Boone, global education specialist for Buncombe County Schools.

 

 

 

19 Sep

Great new resource for STEM Teacher Leaders

Thanks to our friends at Kenan Fellows for passing this along ...

 

16 Sep

Social Studies professional development in Ocracoke

Social Studies lessons in the elementary classroom often receive minimal coverage as much of the school day must focus on language arts and math lessons.

12 Sep

Successful Curriculum Conference at NCCAT

Thank you to everyone who made the first NCCAT Fall Conference for Curriculum Leaders such a success. Keep in touch!

08 Sep

NCCAT Fall Curriculum Leaders Conference Day 2

Another great day at the NCCAT Fall Curriculum Conference. Thanks to all presenters and participants, including State Superintendent Dr. June Atkinson. Looking forward to an exciting wrap up tomorrow!

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