NC TEACHing Communities
Professional development offerings
While all NC TEACH programs are based on the same fundamental framework, the programs have evolved into university-specific programs — each with their own set of characteristics. NC State University has added a community component into its program to provide more avenues for local networking, training, and support to its participants. NC State’s NC TEACHing Communities collaborate with local organizations, community colleges, and public school systems to ensure that our NC TEACHers become embedded into their communities and have the support and encouragement they need to be successful.
Opportunities are also avaialable for Alternative Teacher Education programs through the College of Education.
- Classes typically serve between 61 and 80 persons per session.
- Content may be aligned with North Carolina standards for professional development and is tailored to the needs of the individual student. Offerings are based on theory, classroom strategies and subject matter content.
- Sessions offered are a combination of seminar, lecture and processing activities with time to process the learning with other participants.
- Follow-up activities include a required evaluation and electronic follow-up at the professional development session.
- Materials may be included in the cost of the workshops but could also have a materials charge.