Who's it for?
Teachers across the state of North Carolina.
What problem does it solve?
Increasing teacher effectiveness is fundamental to improving public education, but many teachers lack the resources.
How does it help?
NCCAT provides teachers with new knowledge, skills, teaching methods, best practices and information to take back to their classrooms. 94% of participants self-reported that NCCAT programs had a direct impact on classroom practice.
NCCAT faculty members assist, plan, and facilitate the following school-based programs: Vertical Progressions: Understanding the How and Why of the NC Math Standards for Successful Teaching across Grades, Building Strategies for Teaching the NC Mathematical Strands for Conceptual Understanding, Poverty and Learning: Building Cultures of Effort and Equity, Integrating STEM Projects into the Elementary Classroom, The Power of Coding, Design Thinking with STEM, MakerSpace101, Bringing Boys to Books, Motivating Disengaged Learners, Understanding the Needs of At-Risk Students, Google Tools/Google Classroom, PBL Training with Digital Tools, Canvas Connection, Integrating Digital Tools in Your Classroom, I Have Literacy Data, Now What? (K–5), Reading for Meaning: The Role of Questioning, and Strengthening Instruction in Early Grades Literacy