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North Carolina New School Curriculum
The new year brings a change in all of the classrooms in our State's schools. North Carolina is implementing the Common Core Curriculum. It gives teachers a clearer direction in their lesson plans.
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Let's Go NC! About the Program
This education program teaches elementary age children how to walk and bike safely, giving them the essential skills that they need to enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle. Let's Go NC! A Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Skills Program for Healthy, Active Children is an all-in-one package of lesson plans, materials, activities and instructional videos that encourages children to learn about and practice fundamental skills that build safe habits. This program was developed for the North Carolina Department of Transportation's Division of Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation and Safe Routes to School Program by NC State University's Institute for Transportation Research and Education.
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Energizers HD
Elementary and middle school energizers are classroom-based physical activities that help teachers integrate physical activity with academic concepts. These are short (about 10 minute) activities that classroom teachers can use to provide physical activity to children in accordance with the North Carolina State Board of Education's Healthy Active Children Policy. In addition, energizers have been created for use in after-school programs.
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Vocabulary Lesson from a North Carolina High School.
by Dianne Lynn Savage https://www.facebook.com/dianne.h.savage?fref=photo Vocabulary Lesson from a North Carolina High School...SHARE SHARE SHARE!!! Farmville Central High School, 3308 E. Wilson St, Farmville, NC 27828 Phone # (252) 753-5138. DO NOT JUST SIT BACK AND ALLOW THIS!!! They need to bring our Savior and God back into our Schools, and teach them about them. Without them we will fall.And fail. Please check this website out also, http://www.jihadwatch.org/2014/12/north-carolina-public-high-school-proselytizing-for-islam-in-vocabulary-lessons/comment-page-1#comment-1164831 “We discovered that the vocabulary lesson was taken directly from a state-adopted supplemental workbook published by Holt, Rinehart, and Winston.” This kind of thing is happening all over the country — partly because national textbook companies are promoting this proselytizing material. When questioned about it, school officials say it comes from the state, and that they can’t do anything about it. But more and more parents are catching on now, and this clandestine proselytizing is being exposed. The video, created by Dianne Lynn Savage, asserts that the plan is a vocabulary lesson for the eastern North Carolina high school. In it, Savage urges the audience to share the video as widely as possible and to not ‘just sit back and allow this’. "LET FREEDOM RING" God Bless everyone.
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Zachary Boober Lesson Plan
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Becoming a Cosmetology Instructor (Without going back to school)
Let Master Stylist/Exceptional Educator MaKesha Melvin walk you through STEP BY STEP how to prepare for passing the State Board Instructor Exam. FOR ONLY $499.99 You'll cover: The Application Process, Preparing your lesson Plan, Presenting your lesson plan, The classroom setting, breakdown procedures & So much more!!! This info is beneficial to an applicant who has been licensed for 5yrs in NC interested in Challenging the Board off your experience, OR a (NC or GA) applicant who has completed the Instructor Training Course preparing to take your examination! Visit (www.makeshamelvin.com) for more info or to purchase!
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When Students Become Teachers - Rigor, Assessment & Accountability - Dr. Lodge McCammon
http://lodgemccammon.com It’s another great day at Lockhart Elementary School in Wake County North Carolina. Students in Mrs. Hunt’s 3rd grade classroom are excited and ready to continue their innovative work that is redefining rigor, assessment, & accountability. In this class, after learning each math lesson, students are challenged to re-teach & record what they learned, adding their own spin on the information. Once the students have completed a standards-based lesson, for example about multiplication, they are directed to go to the back of the room to gather one white board and a dry erase marker. They return to their desks and begin creating their lessons by adding handwritten information to the boards . Since students will be re-teaching the information, they are thoughtful about how much to put on the board, what vocabulary to use and what examples they need to include to best illustrate the content. While the students are working, the teacher sets up a tripod and whiteboard stand in the hallway, right outside the door….and simply uses her cell phone to record these “1-take lecture videos.” When a student has completed his or her board, and is ready to teach their lesson, they step into the hallway, place the board on the stand and press record on the cell phone. They, sit down and teach the lesson, referencing the information they included on their board, and when they are done then they simply press stop. Their 1-take lecture video is complete...then the next student sets up and prepares to teach their version. This process continues until all the students have had a chance to record. Then the teacher takes the cell phone and plugs it into the computer so the videos can be reviewed and uploaded to a playlist. Mrs. Hunt pulls up a few examples that are reviewed by the whole class...and then explains to the students how she wants them to use a rubric to independently evaluate their work and the work of their peers. The students are assigned to watch a few videos, including their own. The rubric requires that they look closely at what is good about the lesson, but also how each could be improved….they look for content-related issues such as correct use of vocabulary and use of appropriate examples. In addition, they are required to evaluate how well the information is communicated...looking for quality of the speaking voice and overall confidence of the presentation. [interview] Teaching is the most rigorous form of learning, and in Mrs. Hunt’s classroom at Lockhart Elementary, the students ARE also the teachers. This practice is helping to redefine assessment - not only is the teacher evaluating the students, the students are regularly evaluating themselves and each other. This practice is also redefining accountability. Do you want to know if Mrs. Hunt’s 3rd graders have learned about multiplication? If so, all you need to do is go their playlist and watch each student teach their version of that standard. This transparent classroom provides us a glimpse into the future of teaching and learning.
Karen Callum (Preschool Sample Lesson Plan)
Here you will witness several portions of the High/Scope Preschool day including Morning Meeting (message board), Small Group, Planning time, Work time (and a short explanation of recall and the Plan-Do-Review process). The video finishes with several data bullet points as to what makes The NJ Abbott program so successful and how NJ is working toward a flawless formula for Early Childhood Education, not only in urban areas, but throughout the state. I am really passionate about bringing this level of knowledge, enthusiasm and expertise to not only your great state, but to your program and your amazing school as well! This is why your school needs someone like me!
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Transforming a district through global education
In partnership with Participate, Edgecombe County Public Schools is transforming itself through teacher professional development and global education initiatives. John Farrelly: Edgecombe County is made up of 14 schools. We’re in rural northeastern North Carolina. We have many challenges. We're a tier one County; 80% of our students come from poverty. From a historical standpoint we have several schools that have struggled with student achievement levels for several years. Part of my mission as superintendent is to transform, not only the lowest performing schools, but also to bring innovation so that students get a more well-rounded experience. The community embraced the concept of global education because we were able to say things have got to change in the district. We're not where we want to be in preparing your child to be college and career-ready and we feel like if we can open up avenues for children and learning experiences and instructional delivery they will be better prepared going out to the world. We wanted to have a district-wide initiative. We purchased professional development as a comprehensive platform for all of our schools. Erin Swanson: I think our teachers need that support; I think they need those resources to build their own repertoire of global lessons and projects and ideas so that they can pass those along to their students. So I think the professional development piece is absolutely critical. We wanted to give our children here in Edgecombe County a really unique learning opportunity. We wanted to be sure that it was very rigorous, we wanted to be sure that they were developing strong critical thinking skills, we wanted them to be able to meet and interact with people from all around the world to learn about their cultures, their communities, and really to become global citizens. Jacey MacDonald: One of the biggest things that I have seen is an increase in student engagement. We've kind of shifted into an inquiry based lesson plan format and I have seen with that huge improvement in time on tasks and students are not just complying, they're excelling and they are really investing themselves in the work that we're doing. Jennifer Craddock: Because we know that we can go there, we can find the lesson plans, we can find the PD, we can reach out. Erin Swanson: We've seen some tremendous lessons and projects come out of that work. Our teachers have really collaborated to create some excellent learning opportunities for our students and I think that that professional development has been a tremendous part of that. John Farrelly: My advice for district leaders who are considering global education programs is you need to go for it. You will see that the data proves out that student achievement is growing in districts who are implementing these programs. The biggest surprise has really been how much the community has jumped in to supporting this. You can see it in the eyes of people. We have truly restored confidence in public education through implementing global education programs in Edgecombe County.
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The Math of Mantids: A Math Resource for High School Teachers
For full lesson plans, including worksheets and interactive presentation slides, visit: http://bit.ly/ncssmmantidmath This brief animation explains how biologists study mantids, their eating habits and digestion. These animations are part of a larger lesson in which students use graphing calculators to create a scatter plot of data gathered by biologists observing mantids. Students determine an appropriate linear model for the Mantid data, use their graphing calculator to calculate residuals for the Mantid data, and interpret the goodness of fit of their model based on the residuals. Students will also interpret the slope and intercepts of the model in the context of the problem and use their model to make predictions and interpret their meaning. Please attribute this work as being created by the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. This work is licensed under creative commons CC-BY http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ NCSSM, a publicly funded high school in North Carolina, provides exciting, high-level STEM learning opportunities. If you appreciate this video, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the NCSSM Foundation. Thank you! https://connections.ncssm.edu/giving
What is tiering?
In this video, teacher interviews and classroom footage explore the practice of creating tiered assignments. Copyright 2010 LEARN NC Creative Commons License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
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North Carolina Read to Achieve: K-3 Literacy
Description of the NC Read to Achieve Plan, to be implemented in the 2013-2014 school year for students in grades K-3
Teachers in North Carolina
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NC Lit Map Module VII - Lesson Plans and Education Resources
NC Lit Map Module VII - Lesson Plans and Education Resources
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Charleston County Schools Implement "Water Smart 101" Program into the Classroom
With the blessing and support of Charleston County School District Superintendent, Dr. Nancy McGinley, Swim Lessons University's "Water Smart 101" curriculum will be taught in every elementary school in Charleston, South Carolina beginning in May 2012. In this video taken at the press conference on May 11th, you will see and hear S.C. Representative Wendell Gilliard praise and express his excitement for the "Water Smart 101" program produced and written by Jim Reiser of Swim Lessons University. Also in support and in attendance at the press conference were Charleston Mayor Joseph Riley, Jr., North Charleston Mayor R. Keith Sumney, and Mount Pleasant Mayor Billy Swails. Each mayor spoke about their passion to keep children safer in and around the water. The one-hour "Water Smart 101" program consists of a DVD Video that school teachers play for their kindergarten and elementary school students, as well as a PDF bundle that includes a Lesson Plan, Water Safety Promise (homework assignment that involves parental participation), and a Water Smart Exam. Both of these DVD and PDF Bundle can be found at www.swimlessonsuniversity.com Jim Reiser formally thanks the Low Country Aquatic Program (L.A.P.S.) and the Logan Rutledge Children's Foundation for their support. President Mark Rutledge and Shannon O'Brien played a most significant role in bringing "Water Smart 101" to Charleston. Reiser says, Mark and Shannon's hard work and contributions to the program were instrumental, and because of them, more Charleston children will be water smart!
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The Teacher Interview: Sample Questions & Answers
While a little long, this video offers eight questions commonly asked in the teacher interview, and how I would answer those questions. All of these are questions that I have been asked repeatedly in teacher interviews. While I did edit the video a bit, I can assure you it was to edit out the two year old calling for me in the background! :) My best advice for the teacher interview is to practice, practice, practice your answers to the common questions. The more confident you feel in the interview experience, the better you will feel and do. I have interviewed for SO MANY positions. I did not get hired for all of them, but I did learn a lot along the way. One summer I applied to over 52 positions. Yikes! When I started applying, I was sometimes up against 200 or more people for one position, and interviewing against 20 or more (if I got a call back to interview!). Good luck! AND Please let me know if there are more questions you have about the interview experience! As promised, here is that list of common interview questions that I have personally been asked at one time or another: a. Tell us about yourself b. What is your philosophy of teaching c. How do you use formative assessments to inform your teaching? d. What process do you use to lesson plan? e. How do you differentiate for students who are higher or lower? f. How do you differentiate for English Language Learners? g. What is your experience with the IEP and 504 process? h. What experience do you have collaborating with other teachers? i. Tell about a time when something went wrong in a lesson, what did you do? j. What is your favorite part of teaching? k. What do you do outside of teaching? l. How do you stay current in your field? m. What professional development experience do you have? n. How do you have a cycle of inquiry in your classroom? o. What approaches do you use to teach reading? p. What are your strengths/weaknesses as a teacher? q. How do you make accommodations for students who need it? r. What do you know about the RTI system? What experience do you have with it? s. What approaches do you use for classroom management? t. Describe a typical class period. u. What would a student of yours say about you as a teacher? v. What would a colleague say about you? w. What clubs or activities are you interested in participating in? x. Are you interested in coaching? If so, what? y. How do you integrate technology in your classroom? z. Describe a type when technology failed during a lesson, what did you do? aa. How do you increase communication between home and school? bb. Do you have any questions? i. This question seems so silly, but you need to ask at least one or two questions. ii. The purpose is to show them that you have researched the school a bit, and that you are interested. 1. Your school has a high population of English learners. What professional development do you offer teachers to support them in the classroom? 2. What is your parent involvement like?
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Accommodations and Modifications for Students with Disabilities
For students with disabilities, the right accommodations and modifications can be as important to school success as appropriate IEP goals. These educational supports are similar, but they are not the same. Learn more about these supports and be prepared to discuss your child's needs at the next IEP meeting.
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Let's Go NC! Curriculum Basics
This video gives instructors a quick tour of the full curriculum package. Learn about the teaching tools offered, the lesson plans for three different grade group levels, and how each set of lessons is designed to help move children from learning about and practicing safe behaviors to automatically doing them. This overview explains the components for each lesson plan, including the Balanced Curriculum options that can help instructors integrate bicycle and walking themes into other subject areas. Take home materials offer opportunities for parental involvement and learning outside of the classroom.
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Online PD Module 2 Get On Your Feet
This module includes approximately 40 minutes of recorded content with approximately 20 minutes of opportunities embedded within the module to reflect and discuss the content.** In order to complete the one hour of training, participants will be asked to pause the episode at various points throughout the training to reflect either individually, with a partner, or in professional learning teams about the content and capture this information (either jot down notes or electronically). At the end of the module, participants will complete an evaluation, which should take about 10 minutes. The evaluation requires written documentation for how content will be applied in practice. Successful completion and submission of the evaluation provides participants with a link to access and print the Certificate of Participation for the module. Please complete this evaluation upon completion of the module on the website. Evaluation for Module 2 Resources for Module 2 This is the article from "The Responsive Classroom" that we referenced with the six good reasons for integrating the arts. https://www.responsiveclassroom.org/sites/default/files/8911ch01.pdf This is the article we quoted from Association of American educators on the benefits of arts integration. https://www.aaeteachers.org/index.php/blog/936-the-benefits-of-art-integration This is the article we referenced when talking about the skills that CEOs are seeking in their ideal job candidates. http://fortune.com/2017/03/26/ceos-ideal-job-candidates/ Here's the complete video that we took two selections from for the beginning and ending of the module. This was filmed at Arts-Based School in Winston-Salem as a part of the NAEP-Arts release event. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVtzVJ35Lbo The Kennedy Center Arts Edge site is a great resource for arts integration in general, and also has a lesson plan database. The lesson plan about human body systems that we shared in this module came from the ArtsEdge site. https://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/educators/how-to/series/arts-integration/arts-integration This is the video we used to model the "body systems dance" lesson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VC2zdhvkNVk This Edutopia page provides a wealth of resources for using arts integration in the classroom. https://www.edutopia.org/blogs/tag/arts-integration The Teacher Twist Site is where we started with the "Tips for Teaching Dance" before we modified them for the non-dance classroom. There are also some dance-integrated lesson plans available on this site. http://www.teachertwists.com/integrating-dance-with-common-core-standards/ This pdf, Creative Dance Integration Lesson Plans by Erika Cravath also shares the "tips" for using dance in your classroom that we modified. There are also many other useful resources in the pdf. This resource may be posted for non-profit educational purposes. https://education.byu.edu/sites/default/files/ARTS/documents/educational_movement.pdf KEEP IN MIND: As with any lesson plan you find on the internet, the above-referenced resources may not be connected to your own state's standards. You will likely need to modify any plans you select to assure that the standards you are responsible for teaching are clearly embedded in each lesson.
OneNote in Education: Teachers using OneNote in the classroom
Take a look at how the teachers at Cary Academy in Cary, North Carolina, seamlessly integrate OneNote into their classrooms to elevate the education of students through presentation, organization, and real-time collaboration with both students and other educators. Visit www.OneNote.com to get OneNote on all your devices and begin recreating what you see here.
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Math and Music edit V1 05 03 2016
This video is an introduction to a lesson titled "Math and Music: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Transformations of Functions" by NCSSM Math Instructor Maria Hernandez and NCSSM Music Instructor Phillip Riggs. Additional context including a lesson plan, teacher guide and student hand-outs are available at: https://bit.ly/ncssmmathandmusic NCSSM, a publicly funded high school in North Carolina, provides exciting, high-level STEM learning opportunities. If you appreciate this video, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the NCSSM Foundation. Thank you! https://connections.ncssm.edu/giving Please attribute this work as being created by the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. This work is licensed under creative commons CC-BY-NC-SA http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/NYjf/
Innovating Educational Spaces: NC School of Science and Mathematics
This video production helped North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics win the 2015 North Carolina Spaces for Innovation Challenge sponsored by the Institute for Emerging Issues. NCSSM was recognized for its far-reaching impact and for fueling innovation both on and off campus. NCSSM models how physical and virtual spaces and a statewide approach to collaboration can innovate educational spaces. An educational model copied by schools around the globe, NCSSM serves as a model for other areas of NC’s economy to consider. Learn more:http://goo.gl/KRZcDd This video production helped North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics was named the winner of the 2015 North Carolina Spaces for Innovation Challenge sponsored by the Institute for Emerging Issues. NCSSM was recognized for its far-reaching impact and for fueling innovation both on and off campus. NCSSM, a publicly funded high school in North Carolina, provides exciting, high-level STEM learning opportunities. If you appreciate this video, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the NCSSM Foundation. Thank you! https://connections.ncssm.edu/giving Please attribute this work as being created by the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. This work is licensed under creative commons CC-BY-NC-SA http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/GAbm/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/G5ns/
3 out of 5 Healthy Breakfast Lesson Plan: Nutrition Made Fun!
The "3 out of 5" concept for a healthy breakfast can be hard to convey to children. (The "3 out of 5" concept is also taught in our fun, informative ‘Power up your breakfast game’ at http://bit.ly/1vnZXPE.) Looking for ideas for healthy eating lesson plans, including a lesson plan on the importance of a healthy breakfast? Look no further: this informative, fun video explains key concepts in a lively animated format kids will love. Eating breakfast is an important start to the day, and eating a balanced breakfast containing "3 out of 5" key food groups is really important. This fun video supplements your lesson plan with an informative easy excursion through various options for kids to have a healthy breakfast. Help kids learn to mix and match "3 out of 5" of key food groups such as milk and dairy, bread and grains, meat and beans and fruits and vegetables. Want even more fun, ideas or recipes? Visit us at http://www.healthyeating.org/.
Cursive Comeback At NC Schools?
Little Vivian Whiteley says cursive can be fun. Yes, it's kind of is, very entertaining. It's already a daily routine in Katie Shellogg's third grade class at Hall Fletcher Elementary. She says cursive is still relevant in our technology-driven world. There are so many times when i have my computer, phone and Ipad around me but I still just want a good old pencil and paper to make a note, said Shellogg. The Back To Basics bill introduced in the state house would insure that cursive is part of the curriculum in all North Carolina schools. Shellogg says high tech and low tech can coexist, and that students need a well-balanced education. I think it's good to make sure that they're able to do a balance of both. By John Le Follow John on Twitter @AbsoluteLe
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TFI UNC Charlotte COED Day 3.2-Deconstructing the Lesson Planning Process
TFI and UNC Charlotte's College of Education collaborate on an intensive class on Urban Education. Learn more about the Teaching Fellows Institute http://teachingfellowsinstitute.org/donate/
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The History of Colonial America
The video describes characteristics of the the three main groups of the 13 colonies: New England, Middle and Southern. Students will learn about geography, education, religion, economic systems, social patterns, and treatment and enslavement of African-Americans in the regions. Check out all the educational videos from Flocabulary, often called the "Schoolhouse Rock" of the 21st Century, at http://flocabulary.com For lesson plans and activities that go along with this video, visit https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/colonial-america/ Connect With Us! Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/flocabulary Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/flocabulary Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/flocabulary Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/flocabulary Beat by KEISHH
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Breakfast is Brain Fuel for North Carolina Students
Many North Carolina schools are using creative approaches to ensuring that students get off to a good start each day with a healthy breakfast. From "second chance breakfast" to breakfast served directly to the classroom, administrators and child nutrition directors share ideas that are working across the state.
NC STEP 2013 Teaser
NC STEP is a lateral entry teacher certification program seeking mid-career professionals and recent college graduates interested in becoming secondary science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) teachers. Administered by NC New Schools and approved by the State Board of Education, this cost-free, non-traditional teacher prep program is supported by a federal Transition to Teaching grant.
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Bringing Play Back to Kindergarten Classrooms – Meet Steve Oates, 2016 Leader to Learn From
Steve Oates, a veteran teacher of 1st-graders, has been leading an initiative to bring play back to kindergarten classrooms in North Carolina’s Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school district. The effort to make the district’s early-learning environments more engaging for children and hence, more effective for their learning, is at the heart of Oates’ work overseeing 45 elementary schools and their principals in the 54,000-student school system. And the district’s pursuit of more play-based learning has taken place at a time when many districts and early-childhood centers have shifted to more structured, academic environments. Despite his heavy load of responsibilities, Oates logs lots of hours in the schools he oversees, meeting with principals and teachers and checking in personally to ensure that the blocks and dress-up clothes in kindergarten classrooms are in heavy use. “If I walk into 10 kinder[garten] classroom[s], and at least seven or eight of them [are focused on play], I could say, ‘We’re on the right track,’ ” Oates says of where he hopes to bring his district’s classrooms. This video was produced as part of Education Week’s Leaders to Learn From project, recognizing outstanding school district leaders from around the country. More at http://leaders.edweek.org ____________________ Want more stories about schools across the nation, including the latest news and unique perspectives on education issues? Visit www.edweek.org. About Education Week: Education Week is America’s most trusted source of independent K-12 education news, analysis, and opinion. Our work serves to raise the level of understanding and discourse about education among school and district leaders, policymakers, researchers, teachers, and the public. Published by the nonprofit organization Editorial Projects in Education, Education Week has been providing award-winning coverage of the field for over 35 years. Follow Education Week: - Subscribe to our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=educationweek - On Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/edweek/ - On Twitter at https://twitter.com/educationweek/ - On LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/education-week To license video footage from Editorial Projects in Education please contact the Education Week Library at library@epe.org.
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How Much Do Middle School Teachers Make In A Year?
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Farm to School Apple Cabbage Quesadillas
Kindergarten students from Cullowhee Valley Elementary School cook apple cabbage quesadillas with help from Western Carolina University pre-service teachers and dietitians through ASAP's Growing Minds Farm to School Cooking Program! Teachers: Use this video as a training tool for cooking in the classroom! For more information about Growing Minds and Farm to School in Western North Carolina, visit www.Growing-Minds.org. To learn more about ASAP, visit www.asapconnections.org.
Employability Skills in the ABE Classroom Part IV: North Carolina's Employability Skills Toolkit
On December 3rd, 2014, the LINCS Community team and RTI International hosted a webinar entitled "Implementing the Employability Skills Framework in the Adult Basic Education Classroom." In Part IV of this webinar, Dr. Robert Witchger and Frank Scuiletti from the North Carolina Community College System discuss strategies and resources for teaching employability skills. A resource highlighted during this section is North Carolina's Employability Skills Toolkit.
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UNCW Watson College of Education
The Watson College of Education is the fourth largest producer of teachers at the undergraduate level in the state of North Carolina and has been rated "exemplary" by the State Board of Education. Only 7 out of 47 North Carolina teacher education programs received this honor. In 2006, the Watson College received the Christa McAuliffe Award for Excellence in Teacher Education from the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, which honors leadership and innovation in teacher education. We have excellent partnerships with businesses, school systems and community colleges in our region. Become a part of the Watson College of Education team and come learn and grow with us.
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Low Cost Universities in North Carolina
Personal Finance Teacher Mr. Mig talks about a new tuition plan in North Carolina that will dramatically reduce the cost of tuition for three public universities.
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N.C. District Approaches Instructional 'Crossroads'
Iredell-Statesville received a large federal grant to implement a personalized-learning plan, but administrators there believe that the system's transformation will provide valuable lessons for other districts as well. ____________________ Want more stories about schools across the nation, including the latest news and unique perspectives on education issues? Visit www.edweek.org. About Education Week: Education Week is America’s most trusted source of independent K-12 education news, analysis, and opinion. Our work serves to raise the level of understanding and discourse about education among school and district leaders, policymakers, researchers, teachers, and the public. Published by the nonprofit organization Editorial Projects in Education, Education Week has been providing award-winning coverage of the field for over 35 years. Follow Education Week: - Subscribe to our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=educationweek - On Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/edweek/ - On Twitter at https://twitter.com/educationweek/ - On LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/education-week To license video footage from Editorial Projects in Education please contact the Education Week Library at library@epe.org.
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Summit Charter School offers a K-6 program with a STEM focus. Summit is located in a beautiful facility at Lake Nokomis area in South Minneapolis, MN. The building has newly renovated gym and cafeteria. Most of the classrooms have a smart board. The school has highly qualified teachers who are very dedicated to students' education. Summit offers a small class size. Lesson plans have to be approved by the school Director of Instruction before being taught. For more info; visit www.summitcharterschool.org 3109 E 50th St. Minneapolis MN 55417 612-876-3050
Peggy Sheehy - WoW in School: The Hero's Journey
After a twenty-five year career as a professional vocalist, Peggy Sheehy received a BS in Musical Performance and Education from Empire State University. She began teaching in 1997 at Mt. Sinai Elementary School in Mt. Sinai, New York and was also a district technology trainer. After receiving her Master's Degree in Educational Technology from Stony Brook University, she became an advocate for the authentic use of technology in education, and presented her ideas and experiences at conferences and workshops throughout the North East. She received the Technology Teacher of the Year for two consecutive years from ASSET, (Association of Suffolk County Supervisors for Educational Technology) where 1999 -- 2001 she presented "Tomorrow's Classroom Today". In 2001, Peggy moved to Greenville, SC where she taught at Stone Academy of Communication Arts. There she attended the University of South Carolina at Columbia to begin her MLIS. Ms. Sheehy is currently concluding her studies in the MLS program at Southern Connecticut State University. While in Greenville, she served as a district technology curriculum developer and teacher trainer and continued to facilitate workshops and give presentations on technology in education and 21st century literacy. Sheehy helped design Greenville County's Technology Plan. In 2002 she was named Teacher of the Year at Stone Academy. In 2003, she returned to the New York area and serves as ITF/ Media Specialist at Suffern Middle School. She is a fierce advocate for the meaningful infusion of technology in education and in 2006 established the first middle school educational presence in Teen Second Life: Ramapo Islands. Ramapo thrived as a hub for learning and innovation in curricular design until the Teen Grid of Second Life closed in 2010. Sheehy's virtual world curriculum continues to serve as exemplar for others moving into the new 3D spaces. Sheehy then turned her sights to a new genre of virtual world, the MMO--and collaborated with Lucas Gillispie to bring World of Warcraft into School. After launching WoW in School as a successful after school program for at risk youth, Gillispie co-authored The Hero's Journey Curriculum and their two middle schools hosted the course as an ELA elective within the academic day. in 2013, twelve schools participate and the project has expanded to include Guild Wars 2. Peggy has presented her work at major education, technology and gaming conferences, and continues to share her vision and experience with teachers all over the world. As a true pioneer in virtual world education, she is sought out for advice, curriculum direction and professional development. Her vision encompasses a globally collaborative 3-D virtual world campus where learning is student-centered, product-based, playful, and creative. She currently serves as Guild Master of The Cognitive Dissonance Educator Guild in World of Warcraft, and is a founding member and officer of G.A.M.E. Peggy is also exploring options for a seamless tool that will provide the non gamer teacher with access to using these powerful learning environments. Ms. Sheehy believes that engaging, social learning and the authentic application of collaborative tools in education is paramount to preparing our students for success.
Super Star Teacher of the Month - Patricia Lytle of Riverwood Elementary
Town of Clayton TV loves to tag along when the Clayton Chamber of Commerce surprises Johnston County teachers with a Super Star Teacher of the Month award, PLUS goodies for the classroom! For the month of November, they surprised Ms. Patricia Lytle from Riverwood Elementary with a goodie bag from Dylan’s Unique Gifts & Weddings located on Main Street in Downtown Clayton! Ms. Lytle has a unique ability to instill the love of learning in her students. She makes her science and social studies lessons innovative and engaging so that students always want to know more. Recently she gave up her planning for the week to share a cool science experiment with all seven of the 1st grade classrooms. Ms. Lytle is a leader in the classroom; the School Improvement Team Chairperson; assists in setting up before and after school clubs; and was a semi-finalist in the 2016-17 Teacher of the Year for Johnston County. SUPER STAR teachers demonstrate excellence and leadership in their classroom, creativity and motivation of their students and show a high level of commitment to our community. Congratulations Ms. Lytle and thank you for your service to our students and our community!
Guilford County Schools Employee of the Month
Montlieu Elementary Academy of Technology Principal Jill Hall is the GCS Employee of the Month for February, 2011.
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The McCammon Method | Workshop Overview | Dr. Lodge McCammon
http://lodgemccammon.com Today I am in Rocky Mount, North Carolina facilitating a full day workshop for the North Carolina Leadership Academy & Durham Principal Leadership Academy, two College of Education programs at North Carolina State University focused on preparing educators to lead in high poverty schools. The goal of our workshop, is to help prepare these future-ready leaders by modeling efficient, active, engaging & scalable methods of instruction that can be implemented in any classroom to enhance the learning experience for all students. These teaching strategies are all about minimizing the amount of time we are spending on content delivery & lecture so we can maximize time spent on challenging students to be active, while they collaborate, communicate, create & reflect on their learning. This can be accomplished by encouraging teachers to record & share 1-take videos that capture lesson & lecture content. Teacher-created video lectures are more effective for delivering content to students and can be 60-80% shorter than live lectures, freeing up a significant amount of class time. Throughout the day, a number of lessons are modeled so participants can experience the teaching method from the student perspective, while also having time to collaborate with their peers, discussing how the instructional strategies can work back in their schools and classrooms. The video lectures create a highly efficient learning environment so that most of the lesson time can be spent on getting students up and moving , activating the brain, while being fully engaged in the content. At the end of the workshop, we hear from Dr. Brandy Parker, an analytics consultant at Wells Fargo. She talks about her experiences using these same strategies to increase efficiency and improve communication in the workplace. She also answers questions and discusses the importance of these skills for students entering STEM careers. The final challenge is for each group of participants to create a one take paperslide video that re-teaches the lessons from the workshop - I ask them to teach back to me what I have been attempting to teach them - this is the best way for me to know if they learned what I wanted them to learn. Groups create their #paperslide lessons, practice by teaching each other, and then record & reflect on their final products. These instructional strategies can be used by any educator to create efficient & active learning environments that meet the needs of all students.
Pitt County Teacher Assistant
Teacher assistant shares that while classroom sizes go up, funds are going down
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NSTA Web Seminar - Properties of Living Things: Searching For Life on Mars
This is a recording of a NSAS Explorer Schools Lesson Plan presented on the NASA-NSTA Web Seminars Series. -NSTA Web Seminars are free, 90-minute, live professional development experiences that use online learning technologies to allow participants to interact with nationally acclaimed experts, NSTA Press authors, and scientists, engineers, and education specialists from NSTA partner organizations.- Description from the NSTA Learning Center: This Web Seminar took place on January 10, 2012 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Presenting was Marti Phipps, NASA Explorer Schools Education Specialist. In this Seminar, Ms. Phipps discussed the characteristics of life on Earth and explained how NASA uses that information to look for life on other planets. The PowerPoint, related resources from the NSTA Learning Center, and web links from the presentation are now contained in the resource collection avaiable on NSTA Learning Center: http:--learningcenter.nsta.org-products-symposia_seminars-NES2-webseminar7-3.aspx This is the third presentation of the Properties of Living Things: Searching for Life on Mars program and it will be repeated throughout the academic year. Ms. Phipps gave an overview of classroom activities that help students investigate the characteristics of life. She also talked about the probes and other devices scientists use to search for life on other planets, particularly the equipment used to explore Mars. Forty-three (43) participants were present at the live Web Seminar in addition to the presenter and NSTA staff. Participating educators represented the states of Alabama, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin. In addition, four participants joined the program from locations outside of the United States: Brazil, Dominica, Puerto Rico, and Turkey. Seminar participants received one of the NSTA SciGuides. A certificate of attendance was deposited into participants' My PD Record and Certificates area in the NSTA Learning Center for completing the evaluation form at the end of the program. Here are some comments provided by the participants at the end of the Web Seminar: -I believe I need programs like this to encourage my little future STEM professionals to become excited about working towards their goal(s) and completing those goals.- -Added resources to use in my astrobiology unit, and especially the soil testing activity. I plan to look into joining Explorer Schools.- -Awesome connections to earth science.- -I love learning about all of these lessons dealing with Mars. These lessons are wonderful.- Thanks to the participants and the presenter for the learning opportunity, the interactions, and a job well done!
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Creating a Story ( Literacy Block)
Lesson Plan North Carolina Seven Point Lesson Plan Subject: Language and Art Topic: Literacy Block Teacher: Carmen Maddox Date: 3/28/12 Objective - Children use imagination and creative abilities. - Encourage the children oral language development and social interaction and demonstrate print concepts. Standards - Children create stories using only their imaginations and creative abilities. - The characters in the story are made up as you go, and developed further as the story progresses. Anticipatory set Children are going to use the imagination and in their own words create a story. Teaching Presentation 1. Input, The teacher will create the basic instruction and the children will create characters in the story. 2. Modeling, I will use a large paper, crayons and markers. 3. Checking for Understanding, I will draw a picture in the piece of paper, and ask the children to create the characters for a story. Guided Practice I will work with small group f children, and they will look at the picture and create the title for the story as well as the entire story. Closure The children create the end of the story Independent Practice The children will be empowered to create and develop the characters in a story, and the children want to make believe they are these characters.
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OneNote in Education: Transforming Learning Via Technology & eTextbooks
See how OneNote has helped Cary Academy, a grades 6-12 school in North Carolina, take learning to the next level by facilitating collaboration between teachers and students and the use of digital learning assets. Teachers write their own textbooks within OneNote and share with their students, saving parents money and their students from heavy backpacks!
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