Catawba College One of Sites for Regional Professional Learning Day on February 28
January 26, 2015
Catawba College will be one of the sites across the state hosting a Regional Professional Learning Day for teachers and prospective teachers on February 28. The professional development day is sponsored by the North Carolina Association of Educators.
The Professional Learning Days are offered by the NCAE in an effort to ensure that organization’s members receive the most current, relevant and effective support in their work as education professionals. With tracks for classroom teachers, college students and beginning teachers, National Board Certified Teachers who wish to work with candidates, and Association leaders, there is a connection for every aspect of the work of public school employees. Although sessions are held across the state, the agenda for the day’s events are the same at each location. Other universities and colleges in the state that are sites for the Feb. 28th NCAE Professional Learning Day are Western Carolina University, UNC-Wilmington, N.C. Wesleyan and Bennett.
Tracks will be offered for classroom teachers, student NCAE members and beginning teachers, National Board Certification Candidate Support Institutes, and leadership development. All sessions will provide participants with lunch, materials, and a certificate noting a time-value of five contact hours, or 0.5 CEUs.
The registration deadline is 10 days before the Feb. 28 event or by Feb. 18. Registration fees are $10 for Student North Carolina Association of Educators or North Carolina Association of Educators members and $40 for non-members. Registration is available at http://bit.ly/ncaerpld.
For questions, contact the NCAE Center at (800) 622-7924.