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District Leaders Present at AdvancED Conference

Dr. David Stegall, Superintendent; Heather Mullins, Chief Academic Officer; and Cindy Geddes, Director of Accountability and Technology, traveled to Greensboro on Monday to present to state leaders at the AdvancED North Carolina Fall Conference.  The conference  provided opportunities for leaders in North Carolina to collaborate with colleagues and share ideas about what works, what doesn’t and what’s around the corner. The ... Read More »

NCDPI Offers Facilitated Online Courses

Following the popularity of our first fall 2014 session of instructor facilitated courses, we would like to offer our second fall 2014 session of facilitated courses. These courses are available at no cost to North Carolina educators and will be facilitated by DPI professionals. The courses are completed entirely online. Participants are expected to meet all weekly deadlines in order ... Read More »

The 11th Annual Elementary School Conference is October 19-21

The 11th annual Elementary School Conference is only a month away!  Laura Candler, NCAEE President shares the following: “If you are thinking about attending but haven’t yet registered, you might like a sneak peek at what we are offering. Click this link to find a preliminary list of all breakout sessions for each day of the conference. Ready to register? Click here to go ... Read More »

NCDPI K-5 Math Newsletter Provides Resources and PD Offerings

Check out the NCDPI K-5 Fall Newsletter.  This newsletter is full of resources, FAQs, upcoming professional development offerings, and ListServ information. Read More »

North Carolina Museum of Art Provides Professional Development Opportunities

The North Carolina Museum of Art is offering the following fall teacher programs.  Please speak with your principal if you are interested in attending. Interested in the intersection between drama and the visual arts? Workshop: Readers Theater through Art Earns 0.5 CEU Saturday, September 20   Looking for an evening of inspiration? Join us at the Mint Museum in Charlotte ... Read More »

NCASCD Offers 2014 Math Spectacular

Math teachers, please review this opportunity for high-quality professional development. Read More »

NCDPI ELA Scoop – Fall Edition is Now Available

As the new school year begins, the ELA team at the North Carolina Department of Instruction has published the Fall 2014 edition of The ELA Scoop.  Take a few moments to check out this edition as it includes the following: ELA Updates Upcoming Professional Development Digital Resources Teaching ELA with Infographics Webinar Schedule And much more.     Read More »

North Carolina Museum of Art Offers Free Educator Expo

How is the concept of Power explored across subject areas? The North Carolina Museum of Art invites you to explore these ideas with colleagues and friends at the Mint Museum in Charlotte for an evening focused on celebrating and supporting teachers. Discover resources and programs the NCMA offers to support the hard work you do. Attend short professional development workshops ... Read More »

Free Professional Development for Teachers Available in Home Base

Have you had the chance yet to explore the professional development offerings in Home Base? First, you can use Home Base to log in and register for new facilitated sessions this fall by simply clicking on the professional development tab. There’s also an alternate login: https://ncees.homebase.ncpublicschools.gov/alternateLogin.html. For 43 of our 50 modules, Wednesday, Sept. 3, will be the last day for educators ... Read More »

Chief Academic Officer Presents to Legislature and State Board of Education

On June 4, 2014, Heather Mullins, Chief Academic Officer, spoke with members of the North Carolina Legislature and State Board of Education about the implications of the Professional Development System in Home Base for districts.  Other speakers included Dr. Maria Pitre-Martin, Superintendent of Thomasville City Schools; Sharon Allen, Director of Accountability in Hoke County Schools, and Sandy Kinzel, Assistant Superintendent of ... Read More »