The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) offers high-quality professional development designed to help educators in all content areas and grade levels. NCCAT provides lodging, meals and program cost. Participants are responsible for travel and substitute teacher reimbursement. Following are some upcoming opportunities educators may find of interest:
“The Canvas Connection”
Canvas, North Carolina’s Learning Management System, is your place for one-stop learning and course management. Create modules, lessons, assessments, discussions, and portfolios. Have your grade book, course information, feedback, and student analytics all in one place. Three programs offered this spring:
– Jan. 19-22 in Cullowhee
– April 11-14 in Ocracoke
– May 10-13 in Cullowhee
“I Have Literacy Data: Now What?”
Discover ways to use literacy data to plan for individual, small and whole group instruction while examining strategies to differentiate instruction to meet all students’ needs. Explore ways to manage data for each student.
Jan. 12-15 in Ocracoke
“Jot it Down! Literacy Narrative Writing For Students With Learning Differences and Disabilities”
Literacy narratives are firsthand narratives about reading or composing in any form or context. Create and integrate literacy narratives to bring back to your classrooms.
Jan. 26-29 in Ocracoke
“Building An Inclusive Classroom: Creating Differentiated Learning Using Digital Technology”
Teachers will engage in a variety of strategies and create differentiated activities for use in their classrooms. Explore various technology-based teaching tools.
Feb. 2-5 in Cullowhee
For more information, please visit NCCAT’s website