Local Teachers Attend Advancement Seminars
Several area educators recently attended seminars held at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) in Cullowhee.
They included Savannah N. Ribet and Morgan C. Williams, of Robbins Elementary School; Lauren B. Riggan and Emily A. Zizza, of Southern Middle School; and Audrey A. Huff, of West End Elementary School.
Cynthia B. Monroe, of Elise Middle School; Patricia A. Buelt, of New Century Middle School; and Ann R. White, of Southern Middle School, attended support seminars for teachers pursuing certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
NCCAT provides residential seminars in the arts, sciences, humanities and technology for pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade public school teachers.
The seminars are offered on a year-round basis at no cost to participating teachers.
They are designed to renew teachers' vitality for teaching and to equip them with new knowledge for the classroom.
Mary McDuffie is center director.
More information about NCCAT seminars may be obtained by calling toll-free at 800-922-0482 or online at www.nccat.org.
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