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All Professional Learning opportunities posted here allow certified staff to earn CEU credit in a variety of areas, including general, literacy, subject area, and digital learning. This is not an exhaustive list of all PL offered; it is simply a list of some current PL that is available. As always, please submit a certificate of completion to HR for CEU credit.


New Canvas Self-Paced Courses Available!

We are excited to try something new with our monthly webinars for #NCCanvas. The webinar is now available on-demand in a mini Canvas course (click on the link to register, you will need to login to NCEES in the NCEdCloud). 

The course is designed to be completed in one hour, and NCEES will apply 0.1 CEU of Digital Learning Competency Credit to your transcript within 48 hours of completing the course. The course is available until May 31, 2021.

Our topic this month is creating assignments and using LTI tools in Canvas. 


New Self-Paced Course on Curating Content in #GoOpenNC!

We are so excited to try something new with our monthly webinars for #GoOpenNC. The webinar is now available on-demand in a mini Canvas course (you will need to login to NCEES via NCEdCloud to register).

The course is designed to be completed in one hour and NCEES will apply 0.1 CEU of Digital Learning Competency Credit to your transcript within 48 hours of completing the course. The course is available until May 31, 2021. 

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NCEES December Webinars Each Tuesday

Click here for a full list of NCEES Webinars

Check out our NCEES YouTube Playlist.

Please click on the following titles to register:

MOY for Principals - Tuesday, December 1, 4-5 P.M.

MOY Teachers/Support Staff - Tuesday, December 8, 4-5 P.M.

Admin Reporting in NCEES - Tuesday, December 15, 4-5 P.M.


Schoolnet December Webinars

We hope to see you for the December Schoolnet webinar on Tuesday, December 8. This month, we'll cover Advanced Assessment Creation. The webinar is offered at 10 a.m., 3 p.m., or 7 p.m. and will award 0.1 CEUs. 

Visit the Webinars page on the Schoolnet Google Site to register.

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Some of the topics included in addition to professional development are - 

“Fake it ‘til you make it” and Other Ways to Promote the Positive Effects of Gratitude

New NC School–Based Mental Health Policy

myFutureNC: Supporting Native Indigenous American Students (& more Career Readiness ideas) and numerous FYIs and Resources


Nov 2020 newsletter.pdf




Vertically Aligning the Math Standards Grades 6-9
Would you like to collaborate with others from across NC and vertically align math concepts that are critical for your grade level? If so, please join NCCAT on December 1st from 3:15-4:45 p.m. for a virtual session to engage in this meaningful professional learning. This virtual session will provide opportunities for teachers to delve into the NC Math Standards and vertically align with colleagues from across NC in collaborative grade-span groups. Teachers will learn a protocol for facilitating effective vertical alignment and spend time using this protocol in collaborative groups to develop vertical understandings of math concepts.

Join NCCAT to collaborate with colleagues and make connections with the NC Math Standards. This program is best designed for teachers and instructional coaches in grades 6-9. This is a free virtual program. 

Click here to apply

Hive Updates
The DTL Innovative Learning Catalysts are excited to host conversations around topics that NC Educators request as we navigate the 2020-2021 school year.
Sign up to join the live conversations, or review the highlights and resources on this page. Copy and paste the following link into your web browser for more information:

PTEC offers a variety of Professional Learning Opportunities. Click on the above banner to see what Professional Learning Opportunities PTEC is offering in November. 



We are in a new era of education because of what is going on in the world around us. As a result, educators must contend with two critical issues of our time: effective pedagogies for virtual teaching and meaningful ways to provide equity and social justice in our classrooms. To meet the needs these issues present to leaders in North Carolina, NCSLA is presenting four webinars this fall to provide professional learning opportunities on these topics. Two of the webinars will investigate the challenges inherent in distance learning and will present pedagogy to effectively meet those challenges. The other two webinars will take a hard look at ways in which equity and social justice can be addressed and incorporated into the classroom.

Join us virtually and hear from top Science Educators in North Carolina sharing the ways and means to remote learning in a virtual classroom and addressing diversity and equity during distance learning. 

  • September 21, 2020 5:30 – 7:00PM “Remote Learning, Strengths/Weaknesses, and Strategies for Success” NCSSM: Dr. Jamie Lathan and Candance Chambers
  • October 13, 2020 5:30 – 7:00PM “Equity & Inclusion in the Distance Learning Environment” Michelle Ellis - SciEd Gaston Co., José Garcia – Stem Director Green Co., Alfred Mayes - BWF
  • November 4, 2020 5:00 – 7:00PM “Innovative Digital Tools and Equity in STEM Education” Dr. Pamela Gilchrist – Director, Imhotep and Kyran Academy - The Science House NCSU Includes NCSLA Membership Meeting
  • December 3, 2020 5:30 – 7:00PM “Culturally Relevant Pedagogy” Speakers: TBA
FREE to NCSLA Members but you must register to attend. $40 for Nonmembers: includes all four webinars plus one-year complimentary membership in NCSLA. Register at Zoom links will follow.

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The Friday Institute recently partnered with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction to provide professional learning opportunities for educators in support of their transition to remote learning during the COVID-19 crisis.
Through the Remote Learning for NC Educators project, over the course of six weeks, sixty-one sessions across eight focus areas engaged over 13,500 educators.

Though the Remote Learning Support webinar series is no longer synchronous, the content is still relevant and can be helpful to educators in schools and districts as they prepare for future remote learning plans. Reflective questions have been developed for each session to support professional learning network/community conversations and school and district professional development capacity building. These guiding questions can be located on each session page along with recordings and additional season materials.

The materials utilized during sessions are deeply grounded in the Instructional Principles for Remote Teaching & Learning, which are intended to acknowledge that teachers and students have a varying range to access of devices and the Internet.

Recordings and resources from session can be found by clicking on the session title.

See the Focus Areas below. If interested in exploring any of these Areas, click HERE to access the resources. 

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