Applying to NCCAT

Who is Eligible? North Carolina certified pre-K through 12th grade teachers who are employed in North Carolina public schools, including charter schools, are eligible to attend NCCAT programs. (This may include school administrators, counselors, library media specialists, lead teachers, and mentors.) 

Please check with your principal prior to applying to be sure your travel/substitute teacher costs will be covered by your school.

What is Provided? NCCAT provides your food, lodging and programming. Teachers and/or their districts are responsible for travel and substitute teacher costs.

How Do I Submit an Application? Select the events you wish to apply for in the shopping cart below.

How Do I Know If I've Been Accepted? Once we have received your completed application, we will email notification of your placement status to you as well as your principal/director.

Questions? Please contact NCCAT Teacher Services by phone 828-293-5202 or email registrar@nccat.org.

15780 The Role of Questioning in the Classroom
Today, literacy is about making sense of engaging reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. Questions provide the opportunity to interact with print and non-print text to figure out the deeper meaning of what is being read. The role of questioning is essential to any classroom. When the instruction is organized around meaningful questions, students are engaged and understanding becomes more focused. Learn how to use questioning strategies to enhance reading and advance critical thinking. By planning around essential questions, teachers are allowing students to tackle content, increase their comprehension and academic skills, and take ownership of their learning. Come learn how to create essential questions in order to make your students succeed inside and outside the classroom.
Session ID: 15780 The Role of Questioning in the Classroom
Location: Canvas Online
Dates: Apr 1, 2021 - Jun 11, 2021
Time: Self-Paced
Instructional Hours: 10.0
Registration End Date:
Jun 1, 2021 12:00 AM
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