NBC OPPORTUNITIES & EVENTS

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Fall & Winter National Board Certification Support Seminars 2018-2019
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NC ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS

Contact: Angela Farthing

DATE EVENT CONTACT
January 31-February 2, 2019 National Board Candidate Support via the NCAE Boot Camp Angela Farthing
Hotlines On Saturday, March 4, and Saturday, May 6, candidates will have the opportunity to take advantage of NCAE's National Board Hotlines! On each of those Saturdays, from 10am - 3pm, candidates can call 1-800-662-7924 (normally in use as the NCAE toll-free line) and have your call transferred to an NBCT to ask your questions or discuss your challenges. As always, NCAE's NBCT Coaches cannot guarantee a particular outcome for your National Board Certification process; we offer this service as a way to support you in your candidacy without having to drive to a workshop or gathering place. You do not need to register - just call and indicate that you're calling for the NBC Hotline! Angela Farthing
TBA Professional Learning Day Angela Farthing
Instructional Leadership Institute Angela Farthing
Spring 2018 Spring Seminar I:Main focus is on reading and coaching.This session will be an opportunity for you to connect with a National Board Certified Teacher, who is trained to coach candidates through the writing of their components.There will also be a NBCT renewal candidates track as well during this session. * Find all regional dates and locations on our website: www.ncaenbctcaucus.com under the Candidate Supoort tab OR visit the NCAE website at www.ncae.org under the Learning Opportunities tab. *Registration fee for NCAE members $15 and Non-NCAE members $45 Angela Farthing
Spring Seminar II : is a guided-reading session, in which NBCTs lead condidates through the process of connecting their evidence to their standards.There will also be a NBCT renewal candidates track as well during this session. * Find all regional dates and locations on our website:www.ncaenbctcaucus.com under the Candidate Support tab OR visit the NCAE website at www.ncae.org under the Learning Opportunities tab. *Registration fee for NCAE members $15 and Non-NCAE members $45 Angela Farthing


UNC-WILMINGTON

Contact: Somer Lewis

DATE EVENT CONTACT
SESSIONS INITIAL CANDIDATES Somer Lewis
October 14, 2017 Session for Initial Candidates:Standards, Organization, and Writing for Success Somer Lewis
November 18, 2017 Session for Initial Candidates:Creating a Climate for Learning Somer Lewis
December 16, 2017 Differentiation & the Role of Assessment Somer Lewis
January 20, 2018 Teaching Practice and Learning Environment (C3) Somer Lewis
February 24, 2018 Effective and Reflective Practitioner (C4) Somer Lewis
March 10, 2018 Differentiation in Instruction (C2) Somer Lewis
April 14, 2018 Content Knowledge (C1) & Preparing to Submit Somer Lewis
January 16, 2018 Overview of Expectations and the PGP Somer Lewis
February 20, 2018 Writing Standards-Based Responses Somer Lewis
March 22, 2018 Rubric and Reflection Somer Lewis
April 19, 2018 Revision and Submission Somer Lewis
January 18, 2018 Session for Advanced Candidates Somer Lewis
February 22, 2018 Session for Advanced Candidates Somer Lewis
March 8, 2018 Session for Advanced Candidates Somer Lewis


PENC

Contact: Alex Cozart

DATE EVENT CONTACT
December 15, 2018 ONLINE & PENC OFFICE: Click HERE to register for ONLINE & in person at the PENC office. Click HERE for details. (pdf, 834kb) Alex Cozort
February 23, 2019 Alamance-Burlington Schools Administrative Offices - Professional Library, Burlington, NC - Click HERE for details. (pdf, 835kb) Alex Cozort
March 23, 2019 Eastern Wayne High Schoool, Goldsboro, NC - Click HERE for details (pdf, 834kb) Alex Cozort
April 13, 2019 East Wake Academy, Zebulon, NC - Click HERE for details (pdf, 834kb) Alex Cozort
2018-19 HELPS Literacy Workshops: The Helping Early Literacy with Practive Strategies (HELPS) Program is an easy-to-use reading program that has been demonstrated in numerous, published research studies to improve students' fluency and comprehension. HELPS can be implemented one-on-one or in small groups, and is shown to be effective when used for only 10 minutes per day, three times per week. To learn more about HELPS please visite www.helpsprogram.org. Registration will open 1-2 months prior to the workshop date. Alex Cozort
October 20, 2018 HELPS Small Group Workshop UNCC, Charlotte, NC Click HERE for details (pdf, 933kb) Alex Cozort
February 16, 2019 HELPS Small Group Workshop Wayne Community College, Goldsboro, NC Click HERE for details (pdf, 924kb) Alex Cozort