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PD 582 – Courageous Community Conversation # 3 – The Importance of Self Care when Doing Anti-Racist Work

The final courageous conversation for the semester will focus on taking care of ourselves while engaging in advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion. DEI work is taxing and evokes emotional responses that can be stressful for those regularly involved in the work. To sustain ourselves while doing justice work, we must take care of ourselves in…

2021 Dallas Herring Lecture: Gregory Haile, J.D.

Virtual

The Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research, which is part of the NC State College of Education, will hold the 2021 Dallas Herring Lecture virtually on Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 1 p.m. Gregory Haile, J.D., the president of Broward College in Florida, will deliver the keynote lecture entitled "Redefining Access: The Power of…

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PD 6688 – College Advising Corps Information Session

Come learn about how to join the College Advising Corps! The NC State College Advising Corps places recent college graduates as full-time college advisers in some of North Carolina’s rural, under-served high schools. Advisers provide the encouragement and advising needed to navigate the college admissions process. Session 001: Date: Wednesday, November 17th, 2021 Time: 5:00…

PD 221 – A Look into K-12 Administration

This will be a virtual panel consisting of various principals and assistant principals in the Raleigh area. They will be describing their journey throughout the field of education and their plans for the future. Date: Thursday, November 18th, 2021 Time: 5:00 - 6:00 PM Location: Online (https://ncsu.zoom.us/j/98962181970?pwd=cmZRaHpFandYVmEwV1hJczE2OUJVdz09) Audience: All CED students Instructor/contact: Sydney Reid Credit:…

PD 891 – Teacher Advocacy

To celebrate America Education Week, the Kappa Chapter of NCCTM is hosting Mr. Bryan Proffitt, vice-president of the NC Association of Educators to discuss teacher advocacy. Bryan is a former high school teacher and passionate about public schools and supporting the teaching profession in North Carolina. Join us for an interesting and lively discussion! This…

PD 6611 – 2021 Wells Fargo NC Principal of the Year: Dr. Elena Ashburn

Dr. Elena Ashburn is the 2021 NC Principal of the Year! Come hear her speak about her experience in education, the NC POY journey, and discuss digital teacher behavior. She graduated from Longwood University (BA), and UNC-Chapel Hill (MSA), and won the 2018 Michael Priddy Family Leadership Award & Scholarship for Aspiring Superintendents. In addition,…

PD 6689 – Candy Cane Algebra Math Teacher Circle Event

We will be doing algebra with candy canes---you read that right! We will also be using hot glue and ribbon to make our own mini-candy-cane wreaths. This is a free workshop for teachers, pre-service teachers, retired teachers, homeschool teachers, tutors, interested parties... We will play with mathematics, make our own conjectures, practice perseverance, and enjoy…

PD 6686 – A Deeper Look into Equity-Based Belonging in Schools: Pro Tips from Teachers

Creating equitable education systems involves bringing teachers, mentors, coaches, administrators, and staff into a full appreciation of the fundamental importance of belonging. How will you make sure your students feel accepted, respected, included, and supported? Tiffany Scott (Secondary School Assistant Principal) John Guffey (Elementary School Principal-in-Training), and other equity-focused educators outline key considerations for audiences…